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Povertycove

Wanted: hub puller

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Please measure you rear hubcap (grease cap) for the number of threads per inch and the width of the opening.

You should come up with a measurement of 16 inches per inch and the width of the opening.

The width in important and multiple car makes used various sizes like; 2 1/8 or 2 1/4 or 2 1/5 or 2 5/8 or 2 9/16 etc.

I believe the one I have is a 2 5/8 and is too big for my Hupmobile with 2 1/2.

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Series 11 and 14 are the same thread 2.75" - 16 "perfect thrds" Gee, $170 for a new one. Maybe I should rent mine for $20 plus postage.

Gordon

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Anyone have a hub puller, or a source for one, for a series 11B ?

They are for sale on the Franklin website.

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Maybe we should start a tool borrow crib within the club.

I could make one and list it. then when someone borrows it there name is on it. they ship it back or to the next person that need it?

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They are for sale on the Franklin website.

I couldn't fund them for sale on the HHFranklin Club website. I think the idea of a lending library of occasional-use tools is a good one. My hubs are 16/inch, two and a half diameter. A very good local machinist will make a good puller ( he's made one for me for my a Senior Saxons) for about $140. Still, I think that we should figure out a way to loan small-use tools like this.

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I couldn't fund them for sale on the HHFranklin Club website. I think the idea of a lending library of occasional-use tools is a good one. My hubs are 16/inch, two and a half diameter. A very good local machinist will make a good puller ( he's made one for me for my a Senior Saxons) for about $140. Still, I think that we should figure out a way to loan small-use tools like this.

A lending library may be a good idea for some lightly used tools but a hub/drum puller is something any owner that maintains his own car should have in his own possession.

Go to Franklin site, click on "for sale" then click on "parts" then go about 3/4 the way down the page and you will find a Drum Puller.

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I couldn't fund them for sale on the HHFranklin Club website. I think the idea of a lending library of occasional-use tools is a good one. My hubs are 16/inch, two and a half diameter. A very good local machinist will make a good puller ( he's made one for me for my a Senior Saxons) for about $140. Still, I think that we should figure out a way to loan small-use tools like this.

I just saw some on Ebay. eBay item number:191035835161

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Thanks for all the help. I did find an original cast hub puller from the fellow who sold me my Franklin. I recalled that he had quite a library of parts. So for $10 I now have this essential tool. What a great hobby!

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