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Five Legged Hydraulic Wheel / Hub Puller

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Ian Hastings
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Five Legged Hydraulic Wheel / Hub Puller

Post by Ian Hastings » Wed Jul 10, 2019 5:26 pm

I have for sale a five legged hydraulic hub / wheel puller suitable for SP250 and 250 V8 rear hubs.
I bought it to remove my SP hubs so it has only been used for one job, therefore in excellent as new condition. Only four legs are used for the SP, they fit onto the wheel studs and are held by the wheel nuts.
It is an excellent bit of kit and works very well for this difficult job.
I am asking £50.00 plus carriage. (It cost over £80 a few months ago). I can send pictures by email if requested.

Chris_R
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Re: Five Legged Hydraulic Wheel / Hub Puller

Post by Chris_R » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:10 pm

Hi Ian, Is it a Sykes Pickavant puller?

simonp
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Re: Five Legged Hydraulic Wheel / Hub Puller

Post by simonp » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:19 pm

Useful bit of kit. Barry Thorne lends out a hub puller for SP 250 wheels fitted with wires if you need that.

SimonP
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Ian Hastings
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Re: Five Legged Hydraulic Wheel / Hub Puller

Post by Ian Hastings » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:54 pm

No, it is not a Sykes. There is no name that I can see but I got it from an engineering firm in England, the name of which escapes me at the moment.

It is very similar to the Sykes type ones but a lot cheaper. It does the same job though.

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