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    Engine tool Quiz

    What is this used for?



    Eric Bremer
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    1977 Dodge Aspen R/T...318...4 speed tranny with 355 gears in a 8 1/4" rear.

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    looks like a home made steering rack tool
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    To pull out bushing like a pilot bearing

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    Engine tool

    pin extractor

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    its a dowl pin puller. there should be a sleeve that fits over the slotted collet that you hammer down over it so it grips the pin. looks like its already there, flip the middle piece over. there's usually more collets with them for different size pins. you use the top piece like a slide hammer, you hammer the sleeve down over the collet, then you hammer it up to pull the pin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt68 View Post
    pin extractor
    Quote Originally Posted by 68 HEMI GTS View Post
    its a dowl pin puller. there should be a sleeve that fits over the slotted collet that you hammer down over it so it grips the pin. looks like its already there, flip the middle piece over. there's usually more collets with them for different size pins. you use the top piece like a slide hammer, you hammer the sleeve down over the collet, then you hammer it up to pull the pin.
    You guys are correct.
    Eric Bremer
    Tomball TX 77375

    1968 Dodge Dart 440 Big Block, Edelbrock Performer RPM Heads, Performer RPM intake, Holley 770 CFM Street Avenger, .541/.538 lift hydraulic roller cam, Harland Sharp 1.6 Ratio Roller Rockers..Crane Roller lifters..580 Final lift, MSD pro-billet distributor, MSD ignition, 355 Auburn Suregrip 8 3/4 rear end.



    1977 Dodge Aspen R/T...318...4 speed tranny with 355 gears in a 8 1/4" rear.

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    I always wondered how the shops removed the dowel pins off the deck. Now that I see this tool I understand how they remove them without damaging them or leaving marks on them. Thanks

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