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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by lutter94, Oct 22, 2016.
Anyone have one? Looks easy to make, just don't know what the specs are....
Im assuming the one for the housing? Ive got one
I have one, here are the dimensions in MM (the battery in my caliper is dead...)
Center hole 11.5mm (3/8")
Center hole 11.5mm
Center Hole 11.5mm
Small cup: Has a bevel on the outside edge to clear the diff.
Center hole 11.5mm
I hope this helps, let me know if anything is not clear. I can take pics if you need me to.
Washers: 3/8 to the length of about an inch
Thanks man! I'll look at some pics of the tool and look into it more tonight. I'll let ya know if I need anything else. Thanks again
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You are very welcome!
Wow! I can't imagine it being that easy on a Mustang rear end. Those things are really in there and the shell is steel. It was a lot of work with the rear out of the car and it's even harder with the rear in the car on jack stands...
I used a drill on the front control arm bushings of my Toyota truck and I wish it was as easy as the video makes it look. Obviously I missed something
Holy crap. That looks pretty slick.
What's the OD's of the cups?
67mm and 51mm
sometimes with the drill they just pop out and sometimes they fight you but its better then owning a tool you will use maybe once every few years if your buddies borrow it.
Right, but if I can make one for free, you won't hear me complaining, lol. Then I can still lend it out, yada yada yada.
I can see that and yet am I the only one that thinks there is a little bit of irony that you will use a drill to make your tool?
No drill needed. Not when you use a laser to cut the discs, lol.
Plus, you can't use a drill to install them.
Nope that is what my BFH is fer!
I forgot until just now. The small cup is 25 mm deep.