Service U-joints in minutes using the Tiger Tool 10105 U Joint Puller & 10202 Bearing Cup Installer
Tiger Tool 10105 - U Joint Puller:
U-Joint Puller designed to fit cars, light-duty trucks, and farm machinery.Fits u-joints with bearing cups 1.0" to 1.25" O.D"
- Eliminates dangerous vice and socket, or hammering methods.
- Removes sealed u-joint cups in minutes.
- Does not damage the driveshaft, yokes, joints, or bearing cups.
- Patented design provides the most effective mechanical advantage for disassembly.
- Heavy-duty construction.
- One piece unit (no assembly required). No bolts, no cables, and no adapters.
Tiger Tool 10202 Bearing Cup Installer:
The Tiger Bearing Cup Installer installs two bearing cups in one procedure. An encased magnet retains bearing cup #2 in place over the yoke assembly opposite the forcing bolt. Meanwhile, bearing cup #1 is maintained in place by the force of the rotating plunger at the end of the threaded bolt.
Both bearing cups are pressed simultaneously, freeing the mechanics hands to both; operate an air-wrench, and; maintain the position of the u-joint cross during the installation procedure.
Fits virtually all medium and light-duty universal joints.
More Info Here: http://www.tigertool.com/product/20503
One way to remove and replace a U-joint
Cheap, backyard replacement of a u joint out of a 1985 Ford Ranger with a
Chevy 305, 700R4 and a Chevrolet driveshaft. Not sure what vehicle the
drivetrain came out of and I had to get the guys at the parts store to
visually match up the u joint in order to find the right replacement. My
thanks to the Youtubers that had videos on this subject. Though, I couldn't
find any showing the removal of a u joint with clips on the inside part of
the saddles. So I figured I'd put my own 'How to' video out there. Hope it
helps someone and can't wait to hear the criticisms from the car snobs out
there with bearing presses.
See part two where I had to torch out the u-joint on the other end by
clicking here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQa9HpNgBw0
Change a U-Joint with a Hammer
In this video I will show you how to change a U-Joint with a hammer... As
opposed to with a press. This way you can change your universal joint out
on the trail after it breaks! Some say it's easier to fix it with a hammer
anyway, what do you think?
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*Disclaimer - This product is meant for entertainment purposes only. Your
mileage may vary. Do not try this at home. Void where prohibited. Some
assembly required. For off-road use only. Slippery when wet. Batteries
not included. Do not use while operating a motor vehicle, heavy
equipment, cherokee, wrangler, or any jeep vehicle. May be too intense for
some viewers and children under 30 years of age. Please remain seated
until the ride has come to a complete stop. Studies have shown viewing
these videos causes increased cancer risks in laboratory test people. I am
not a professional, I have no training, I'm not even particularly good at
horse whispering. Don't believe everything that you know. Please keep
your hands in the vehicle at all times. Do not tap on glass. Do not eat
anything that has been on the floor for more than 3 days. Keep your hands
to yourself. Not to be taken internally. Reproduction strictly
prohibited. Driver does not carry cash. Objects in jeep mirrors may be
farther than they appear.*
How to: Remove & Install A Truck Hub Bearing Assembly with Timken
Watch the experts at Timken remove and install a truck hub bearing assembly
on a GM 4x4 front wheel with outboard mounted rotors. The experts will show
you how to remove a hub assembly and then show you how to install a hub
For more tech tips from Timken experts, visit http://bit.ly/eHcVvw.
Changing a U Joint, or Universal Joint, in a Drive Shaft
Changing a U Joint, or universal Joint, in a Drive Shaft. I wanted to make
this video so I could show what I think are important steps in changing a U
Joint or Universal Joint in a Drive Shaft.The Ball Joint Press can be
borrowed from many Auto Parts Stores or cheaply got at Harbor Freight. .A U
Joint or Universal joint is commonly found in rear wheel and four wheel
drive vehicles.After removing a drive shaft from the vehicle ,You will want
to remove any grease fittings and the U Joint or universal Joint retaining
clips. Then I use a Ball Joint press to remove the U joint After removing
the U Joint or Universal joint you need to clean up the yoke that the
universal joint just came from. Compare the old U Joint with the new U
joint to be sure you have the right one. I then press the new U Joint in
with the Ball Joint Press.. I install one cap and push it most of the way
through ,so the cross sticks out enough to put the other cap on. Also
remember if You need to take apart a two piece Drive shaft then it needs to
be timed when slid back together.
Driveshaft 103 - Replacing carrier bearings
This is the easy stage of the job. Pulling and replacing carrier bearings
is actually fun, too. You get to rip them to pieces with little risk of
personal injury. If they've been rattling your teeth out for a while,
you're going to enjoy getting even with them.
So many people are scared of the Lobro joint, but I assure you, unless you
couldn't build anything out of Lego's as a child, you're not going to have
any trouble with it. It's an amazingly simple part held in with 6 bolts, a
clamp, and a snap ring. If it comes apart, so long as you know where
everything goes, it will go back together. Don't worry.
This video shows you how to replace carrier bearings whether your Lobro
joint is healthy or not.
2003 Mazda Front Wheel Bearing Replacement (Press In Type Bearing)
Wheel bearing replacement in a 2003 Mazda Protege 5. Press in style
bearings done without using a shop press. Specific for Mazda Protege, but
many of the techniques will apply to vehicles with pres-in-style wheel
It's a good idea to try to use the bearing-press-kit the way it was
intended. If the bearing doesn't budge, BE CAREFUL using a breaker bar. The
bolt supplied with the press-kit is not very strong...it with probably
shear off the head. Try to give the bearin a few hits with a sledge hammer
as seen in the vid..it will get the bearing moving. Then you can use the
press-kit, and it should finish pressing out the bearing.
Pressing in the bearing with the kit should be no problem.
Steering/Death Wobble and Rancho shocks on a Ford Super Duty
Installing a Rancho steering stabilizer and upgrading to Rancho RS9000XL
shocks. Cured my steering wheel wobble. The BEFORE and AFTER comparison is
at 6:10. Part numbers are:
Stabilizers are part number RS98510. You must have a leveling or lift kit.
This does not work on non-lifted front ends. Shocks are Front: RS999043,
Tiger Tool 10102 Heavy Duty Universal Joint Puller - Best Way To Disassemble Drivelines!
The World's greatest and "original" U-Joint Puller! Engineered for use with
up to a one-inch impact wrench, this tool provides the ultimate "brute
strength" for disassembling drivelines.
Fits Spicer drivelines 1610, 1710, 1760, 1810, 1880, Meritor (Rockwell)
16N, 17N, 18N, 1710, Spicer SPL 140, 170, 250 "Life Series", and Meritor
RPL 20, 25 "Permalube" Series. (Designed to work with U-Joint bearing cups
from 1.5" to 2.2" and will fit virtually all Class 7 and 8 Trucks and
• Eliminates dangerous jacking, hammering, and torching.
• Removes sealed u-joint cups in minutes.
• Does not damage the driveshaft, yokes, joints, or bearing cups.
• Tested and recommended by Dana Spicer Corp.
• One piece unit! No bolts, no cables, and no adapters.
Made in Canada - Tested and recommended by the Driveshaft Division of Dana
How To Replace a Front Wheel Drive Axle - EricTheCarGuy
If you start to notice your FWD vehicle clicking when you make a tight
turn, you might have an issue with the outer CV joint. If you make a right
turn, it's usually the left side that's bad and vice versa. Most axles are
easy to replace and the one depicted in this video is fairly typical of
what you run into. The main differences come in with how the lower ball
joint is attached. I think this part will give you the most trouble. I
often get asked about what to torque the axle nut to. To be hones, I don't
know. I've only ever run them down with my impact. I've never had an issue
doing it that way and I don't think you would either. Just be sure to stake
the nut or install the cotter pin and retaining clip if it has one. If
you'd like more information on how to deal with suspension noises, check
out this article I wrote on the topic.
Video on CV boot replacement: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-S-ofMoWsr0
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Jeep Cherokee Ball Joint Replacement part 1 - HD
This is footage from 2009-09-11 when I replaced the ball joints on my 1986
Jeep Cherokee. I tried to get it down to 1 video, but I couldn't condense 5
hours into 10 minutes. The only thing not shown is taking the brakes off.
Here's the writeup: http://joereid.com/2009/09/15/cherokee_ball_joints
Hub Grappler ™ by OTC
OTC Hub Grappler™ by OTC
• The Hub Grappler Kit is the complete solution for
servicing wheel hubs and bearings on the vehicle
without removing the steering components or knuckle.
This eliminates unnecessary alignments or the use of a
shop press, cutting service time dramatically.
• The new Hub Grappler Puller is specifically designed
to apply maximum force with minimal effort from an
impact gun to also minimize service time.
• The new jaws are designed and sized to properly fit hub
applications and can be quickly located on the puller
bar without the use of fasteners.
• The new 3/4" custom drive screw coupled with the
special equalizer washer provides smooth operation
while the proprietary heat treating extends its life
5-10 times longer than similar designs.
• 6 new adapters increases application coverage up to
2009 model year. Also includes tie rod/ball joint tool
and 2 Ford axle installers.
• The new Hub Grappler Application Guide is the most
comprehensive hub and bearing service guide on the
market. Developed to be the first tool used in the kit,
it provides quick reference to the other tools in the kit
required to do the job, eliminating guesswork and
saving time. New and Improved Design