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Rear wheel hub puller servi-car

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Post Tue Jun 27, 2006 12:00 pm

Posts: 9
Location: East Bay, California
1946 G Servi-car rear hubs.

I have tried everything to remove these wheels short of heating them up and I think that would be a bad idea(?).

Have been looking for the proper tool but can't seem to find one(45restorations, NOSParts, V-Twin, J&P,Jireh etc.)(45Resto actually thinks he can get one made in a week or two).

I've used all of my pullers to no avail and tried a stack of old clutch plates which lined up perfectly but no go.

Thinking of cutting a horse shoe shaped piece out of some plate stock to to put on the back side (inside) of hub to try and draw them off but am concerned about damaging the hubs.

Is this a common problem or is it that these wheels probably haven't been off since Reagan was in office...the first time.

Any ideas?

I'm in the East Bay CA

Thanks in advance.

"Will Ride for Food"

Post Tue Jun 27, 2006 2:15 pm

Posts: 74
Location: Seattle Wa
:oops: You just missed an NOS one on e-bay by minutes..
Item number: 4653894530
Went for $85.50 toal with shipping

Post Tue Jun 27, 2006 7:39 pm

Posts: 29
Location: Tacoma, Wa, Pierce
Give Steve a try at Vintage M/C Northwest. I'm pretty sure he has a couple on the shelf. Phone 253-846-2775

Post Wed Jun 28, 2006 12:10 am

Posts: 9
Location: East Bay, California
Thanks to both of you...don't know how I missed the one on eBay but I will be calling Steve in the morning tomorrow.
"Will Ride for Food"

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