ElevatorAdjuster: Thankyou. God Bless America. I was also from Brooklyn. " I'm a Brooklynaise
ElevatorAdjuster: Thanks for the correction fellas.
1998madman: Good stuff , gotta love the way americans talk.
kevin st.denis: I've done this years ago we would use sockets of the right size to press
u-joint cups out allso
dickydom100: Hmmmm ?
ElevatorAdjuster: Thank you for your question. Absolutely true as an auto mechanic is forced
to work in confined spaces and therefore relies on job specific tools. If
the auto mechanic had the room I believe this tool would work without a
"hitch" ............... John Fellin
xcalibrefive: It's called a race
ElevatorAdjuster: @MrJajee Thank you for the wonderful comment. I am glad you enjoy learning
from my videos. I will upload more soon.
bluewools: nice Idea, but, that's a 3/4" rigid coupling, not an EMT coupling. I just
mention it because if you try that with an EMT coupling you'll likely be
ElevatorAdjuster: @blazterreck Remember , buy American only!
Timothy Walsh: good job :)
blazterreck: will do,thanks
ElevatorAdjuster: @MegaSohip Do they make bigger vices. This vice was used for trains.
stormingee: Great Idea but I don't think that vice will fit in your tool bag (just
kidding you could also clamp it somewhere with a vice grip).
MrJajee: this their contribution to learn engineering maintenance.Great and
Wonderful idea they showed us.Thanks guys please if you have more videos
then upload them.
MegaSohip: You need a bigger Vise .. lol
ElevatorAdjuster: Thank you.
ElevatorAdjuster: @stormingee Great point. A vice grip will definitely serve as a vice when
deemed necessary. Thanks for the tip.
ElevatorAdjuster: Hey you aint so young your self! LOL
ElevatorAdjuster: Thank you for your observation.
5734208: my opinion you must to stuck it to the body of arm after installation .with
stuck tool of minimum 3 points
blazterreck: i just use a hammer,call me old school,but now i Will stop breaking them
thanks to you
ElevatorAdjuster: @blazterreck You are welcome.
bajagreatwhitesharks: That would be cool if we made our own stuff and warranty it for life!!
sandydogy: there is ones on hub pullers to that are usefull for replacing bushes
ElevatorAdjuster: Would love to see that old Made in the USA stamp on everything coming into
and leaving this greatest of countries.
ElevatorAdjuster: @5734208 Practice on a discarded or broken piece of steel holding the
bearing you wish to replace. You need to push on the outermost portion of
the bearing casing.
ElevatorAdjuster: @adamcox27 Thank you for your thoughts. I agree with you. There are many
situations that call for job specific tools. This little device works well
with GAL Door Operators. Thanks for the advice.
MrRub731: Hey guys!! This is one f the greatest instructing videos I've ever seen in
youtube... I've been searching, like mad, the web to make a tool that would
allow me to work on my car front bearing. I didn’t want to go to any
mechanic nor did I want to buy anything expensive. So, finding your video
was like being touched by God. So, a million thanks to you two!!!! Now I
know how to apply your little device to take out the front wheel
5734208: wrong installatin can be damage ? do i need to push on the outer race or
inner race of bearing ?
ElevatorAdjuster: Age is only a number. Mine just happens to be very big. LOL......
Platingisfun: Will see if it works with knuckle!
bajagreatwhitesharks: heheheh thanks bud!
Adam Cox: Ingenious with exception of rather large oversight. Most bearing removals
are from tight spaces. Some you can't get access to rear. So best tool is a
split ring hammer type tool like the one Tusk makes for sizes from 8 to 45
mm. But good thoughts anyhow. Let's see some videos of real tool use now.
bajagreatwhitesharks: or just make them like you Old School :D
ElevatorAdjuster: @bluewools Thank you for visiting my website. You are correct. I misspoke.
I'm glad you got the general idea. That's why my videos carry disclaimers
prior to viewing. Only human!
ElevatorAdjuster: You are quite welcome.
ElevatorAdjuster: @5734208 Great Question. As long as the socket is smaller than the bearing
but still sitting on the casing it will not get stuck.