QT1024 4x4 Triple Metric and Standard Thread Spindle Puller fits any 5/8" Slide Hammer to quickly and easily remove those rusted in front wheel bearing spindles on your 4x4 without damage! Essential for servicing axle u-joints, ball joints, spindle bearings, inner axle seals, and differentials on any domestic 4x4 with serviceable wheel bearings. The business end of this tool is threaded with 3 different thread sizes so you can pull easily spindles on most Ford 4x4s and full size Chevy, Dodge, GMC, IHC, and Jeep 4x4 vehicles. The 38mm metric thread fits Ford Ranger and Bronco II, the midsize 1-5/8" thread fits almost all Dana 35 and Dana 44 front axles plus GM 10 bolt front axles. Use the large 2" thread to pull spindles on the big boys with Dana 50IFS, Dana 60, and Dana 61 front axles. Made in U.S.A.
Also see QT1023 Triple Standard Thread Spindle Puller
Dan the Gear Man® Tech Note:
Removing rusted in 4x4 Front Spindles can be a bear, but I have never had one I could not pull with one of our spindle pullers and either QT9302 5 lb. or QT9303 10 lb. slide hammer. I have seen a lot of spindles with mashed threads or egg shaped bearing surfaces that were ruined by folks who had a big hammer, but not much common sense.
Fits Ford Ranger & Bronco II with metric 38mm x 1.5 pitch spindle threads. 1 5/8" for SUV's, ½ ton & most ¾ trucks plus 1974-1977 Ford Dana 60, and 2" for heavy ¾ and 1 ton tucks.
Applications include: 1941-1989 CJ, full size & military Jeeps, Chevy Blazer, GMC Jimmy & GM ½-1 ton models 1958 to 1991, Dodge Ramcharger & W100-350 trucks 1950's to 1993, Ford Bronco & F-100-F350 trucks 1950's-1998, IHC ½-1 ton trucks to 1980.