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  1. Boomhower

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    Id sell that junk


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    lol used once just like my timberline sharpener
     
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    Yeah, I sold my Timberline....
     
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    I got my paypal ready

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    Bump for Stihl seal puller.
     
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    Another Lisle owner here, but used all of one time.

    Once @angelo c told me to knock one side deeper in with a punch as my first step, I’ve never had a single problem removing with needle nose pliers. Even on the little guys.

    Money better spent on the OEM seal install tools IMHO.
     
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    I've never had good luck with the Stihl or similar seal pullers either, and I've owned both the Stihl version and knock-offs.

    I just made my own seal pulling tools by getting a bunch of used flathead screw drivers at a pawn shop for 25 cents each and bending them
    into a variety of configurations to suit different motors. In fact, that's a good way to get a lot of the special tools you need for saws - buy used
    tools/drivers/sockets at a pawn shop or garage sales and then modify to suit. I have a whole box of "specialty" tools now done that way.
     
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    Got a stihl seal puller lined out. Still need a crankcase splitter though.

    I did what your talking about with a couple of 026’s. What I dont like about that is there is a chance I will scar up the case or the crank with a screwdriver. I try to eliminate as much error on my part.
     
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    usually...and I stress the "Usually" part...the crank is harder then the tool...My fear was always that I would scar the crank as well. But haven't yet...( knocks on forehead)
     
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    Man i looked at those cranks no less than 10 times to be sure I hadnt messed them up before i pressed the seal in.
     
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