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    i got all sorts of fun tools but this is the only one i got a picture of so far.

    it has paid for itself over and over.....mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by collinsperformance View Post
    i got all sorts of fun tools but this is the only one i got a picture of so far.

    it has paid for itself over and over.....mike
    Uh for servicing brakes. I like that. I've never seen that in stores. Where ya get one?



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    looks like a ball joint tool.
    Too small to be a caliper tool.

    Also looks like the harbor freight unit.
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    it's a 3 in 1 service kit, model 38335

    seriously, looks like a seal or bearing installer
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    I'm going to have to insist that my guess is correct, although I could be wrong, this link looks an awful lot like it....lol
    http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=38335

    Of course the part number kind of seals the guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailLeadr View Post
    I'm going to have to insist that my guess is correct, although I could be wrong, this link looks an awful lot like it....lol
    http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=38335

    Of course the part number kind of seals the guess.
    Foiled again! LOL Ya it looks like your correct. I could use that tool too. Nice find for 40 bucks, Thanks

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    it is my smalle ball joint press. and it was from harbor freight and it goes on sale often for $29
    here is the big press.

    i use the small one for u-joints, bushings ad ball joints.
    mike

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    when I get home I'll have to grab one of the oddball tools that I know none of ya'll are gonna guess...muahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by collinsperformance View Post
    it is my smalle ball joint press. and it was from harbor freight and it goes on sale often for $29
    here is the big press.

    i use the small one for u-joints, bushings ad ball joints.
    mike
    Dam I thought so, but with my knowledge of automotive tools I think it is unfair for me to guess automotive tools.

    Me I just cut the pin off the top of the ball joint and use a BFH, with a jackstand under the joint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 84fiero123 View Post
    Me I just cut the pin off the top of the ball joint and use a BFH, with a jackstand under the joint.
    Sad as it seems, I do too. We're kickin' it old school!

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