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  1. Stump Shot

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    Just remember to give the seal a tap first to loosen it up. Otherwise you can bend the lip on the arms of the puller. Also can be ground shorter for those damn little Stihl flywheel side seals.
     
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    Termitebuffet Home of the corn can muffler .....

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    I always drive them in a little to break them loose ...even if using the screwdriver puller ...

    Sawhawgz, ruining the internet since 2012...
     
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    Not everyone is trained like us though. Lol
     
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    Termitebuffet Home of the corn can muffler .....

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    Lol...I learn the hard way allot....lol

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    ...me too.
     
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    I've always used a flat screw driver with a notch filed on the end. It's a pita sometimes.
     
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    Dry wall screw ----
     
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    I bought the Husky tool for 372 didn't like it. I couldn't get it to catch seal. Probbly operator error. Got out my drywall screw.
    Shep
     
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    For the 372 i have used the lisle tool.It works very good.
     
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    My seal tool shows as delivered. I’ll take some pictures tonight and get a video of it in action tonight or tomorrow.


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    As promised, here it is, it isn’t machined as nicely or quite as precisely as the Stihl tool, but I don’t see any reason why it won’t work just fine. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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    that's a "dead nuts" copy of the Stihl tool. GLWT.....
     
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    I got mine today. I was so anxious to try it out I had to pull out a saw destine to be torn all the way down just to see how it worked.

    No we need to start a thread with what tips work best for a saw. I started with the #1 tips but I couldn’t force them into the 395 flywheel seal. I ended up using the #3.1 tips and they worked great.

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    I used mine today and it works well. I used the 3.1 tips on both seals on a 044, that I am going to build at a later date.


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    I made a YouTube video of the seal pulling tool in action.



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    Works like butter only better!
     
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    It Looks like it makes the job piss easy... thanks for the video :campeon:
     
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    Got mine a couple of days ago, looks like it will make for easier seal replacements. Just like the one my friend uses at his Stihl shop.
     
  19. Stihl working Hard

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    And 2/3 cheaper :)
     
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    Hey guys,

    Remove the thumb screws and replace with torx screws, provided they are tapped to 5mm. like Stihl's tool. You are able to push arms out much more easily. Don't over do the tightening!!!

    Take care, Larry. HOS
     
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