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calabriaman 05-22-2007 8:07 PM

Anyone live near the East Bay and have a prop puller I can borrow? Thanks In advance.

tonality 05-23-2007 7:37 AM

Block of wood and a hammer, or a beefy rubber mallet will work just as well as a puller. Don't be afraid to give 'er a good whackin.

andy_nintzel 05-23-2007 7:48 AM

Yeah you can really hammer on it.

boarditup 05-23-2007 8:48 AM

Not recommended. You don't want to spend $1,500 for a new shaft, install, and align because you were too cheap to spend $30 or $80 for a prop puller. There are also plenty of guys out there with injuries from trying to go cheap on it. <BR> <BR>You would not have a car without a spare and a jack - same with a prop puller, spare prop, parts, and tools.....

sjmedic 05-23-2007 8:41 PM

Im in san jose, you can borrow mine if you want to drive.

calabriaman 05-23-2007 8:50 PM

ill be in hayward....if you could call me i'd be glad to pick it up. 510 909 4455 <BR> <BR>jason

paulw 05-24-2007 6:20 AM

What is a good puller to get for an V drive. I need to pick one up? <BR>Thanks

insuranceman 05-24-2007 7:18 AM

don't think it matters if it is a vdrive or direct drive. <BR> <BR>got mine from skidim. (oj puller)

jarrod 05-24-2007 7:27 AM

Jason, I live in Castro Valley, you can pick up mine any time between now and 1PM. <BR> <BR>581-9945

calabriaman 05-24-2007 8:35 AM

Thanks bud, Ill give you a call shortly. Ill leave hayward like noon, so be there by 1215 1230.

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