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    e30 Subframe bushing puller tool

    Sub-Frame bushing puller for E30s and Z3s. I've used this tool to pull approximately 25 sets of bushings so this is a proven design that makes pulling sub-frame bushings an easy job.

    Price is $139 shipped and the item ships from North Carolina. Paypal to Steven540i at yahoo dot com.

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    thanks,
    Steven

    #2
    Paid .... can't wait to use her :) the 'vert needs some bushing love

    telling you... make a rear bearing tool too
    like this:


    or CAb tool :
    Last edited by absolutdog; 07-06-2012, 06:19 PM.
    87 'vert~~~~~~~89 s50~~~~~~~~~91 318i~~~~~~~~87 s50~~~~~~~~~R.I.P. '91 318i

    I Need used SIR tools

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      #3
      Damnit...what are you guys doin up so early!!!! I needed this

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        #4
        I've got 23 more of them so get 'em while they last.

        thanks,
        Steven

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          #5
          How much for just the duct tape?

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            #6
            Pay the postage and I'll give you the rest of the roll of duct tape as I've graduated to Gorilla tape

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              #7
              The CAB puller tool is an easy DIY - a threaded pipe nipple and a pipe cap with a hole drilled in it and a piece of grade 8 threaded rod and some washers. For rear bearings I just remove the rear control arm and take it to my 20ton Harbor Freight hydraulic press and can easily get the job done with that. I've got some old bearing races that I ground slightly down to use as a press tool when pushing the new bearings in - just don't forget to install the backing plate before pressing the rear hub into the bearing. I think the press was $179 and it has paid for itself many times over by being such a versatile tool.

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                #8
                I actually have the smaller HF press, but with the rear bearing tool you can R&R without removing the trailing arm :)
                You mentioned the threaded rod needs to stay lubed, any recommendation or just a little KY?? Edit*** 10w30 does the trick
                Last edited by absolutdog; 07-10-2012, 10:44 PM.
                87 'vert~~~~~~~89 s50~~~~~~~~~91 318i~~~~~~~~87 s50~~~~~~~~~R.I.P. '91 318i

                I Need used SIR tools

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                  #9
                  Any chance you'll be making a b-90-like tool for rear wheel bearings?

                  Pm if so.


                  Taylor
                  Need a performance chip for you BMW? Shoot me a PM and I'll get you taken care of!!
                  Taylor- Follow me on Instagram @e30_fiend


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                    #10
                    Originally posted by E30_fiend View Post
                    Any chance you'll be making a b-90-like tool for rear wheel bearings?

                    Pm if so.


                    Taylor
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                    Bought parts from me before? leave your feedback here

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                      Need a performance chip for you BMW? Shoot me a PM and I'll get you taken care of!!
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                              Need a performance chip for you BMW? Shoot me a PM and I'll get you taken care of!!
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