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  1. angelo c

    angelo c Coal Member

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    "tap" is one thing...Ive had to "smash" the Sumbish on at times. to the point where it feels like im doing something wrong. Always warm the seals up some, tap them in and still have little success . Ive tried on everything that I split now just because I am curious. are you "tapping" the "jaws" in first then screwing them on to arms or tapping on the threaded "head" of the tool ?
     
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    Not to sound like a smart a$$ but you can use a dry wall screw and a little pry bar and get the same results .Use a sharp pick punch to start a little hole in the metal portion of the seal ,screw it in and pull it out .--simple things from a simple man --
     
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    A slide hammer is handy for a number of things .I've got a couple,home made .
     
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    Cut4fun Redneck Chainsaw Repair

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    Made this one for the little 026 seal. But works great on the others too.

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    I fit them to the puller first
     
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    I fit them to the puller first then tap over each shoulder
    of the puller until they;r in & under
     
  7. angelo c

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    so you hammer them down under the lip and guess how low is "good enough" ?
    got it...
     
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    stihl_head1982 Here long time

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    Site sponsor HL supply has them.
     
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    Yep!,just as you see the puller leg flared skirt under the inner lip of the seal
    then turn the outrigger screws in hard,and spin the unit on its axis while turning
    down the puller threads!
     
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    will try that next time.. thx
     
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