Posted May 11, 2018 09:07:56 If you’re looking to use an aluminium bearing pullers to adjust your bearings for a specific application, you’ve come to the right place.
Here we’ll show you how to install these pullers and how to do it in a DIY manner.
If you’ve been following the latest updates on this project, you’ll be able to see this in action in our video below.
The video also shows how to use the hydraulic bearing pulling system and how the system works.
You can see more details on the hydraulic pulling system in our next video, but in this first video, we’re going to cover the basic principles of using an aluminium puller to adjust the bearings of your motor.
How does the hydraulic puller work?
The puller we’ll be using is the Hydraulic Puller 3, but you can easily modify it for other applications.
Firstly, we’ll need a good bit of aluminium to work with, so we’ll also need a drill press, a screwdriver and some pliers.
The aluminium is then heated to about 500°C (1050°F), which means the aluminium is about 200mm thick.
Next, we need to use two of the pullers in series.
One of the pins is attached to a large screwdriver, and the other pin is attached with a small screwdriver.
The screwdriver is driven into the aluminium, so the aluminium gets hot.
At this point, the pin on the right will push the pin that’s on the left into the hole.
The pin on that pin on both the right and left will then push the pins together.
This will cause the pins to move forward, and then back, to adjust their position.
When the pins have both moved in the right direction, the aluminium on the puller on the top of the assembly is pulled out of the bearing, so it can be removed from the bearing.
To do this, we use a small flat screwdriver (pictured above), and we also use a piece of scrap aluminium, which is used as a clamp to hold the aluminium to the metal on the bottom of the hydraulic lift.
The clamp can be lifted off and then lifted off again, so you don’t need to worry about damaging the aluminium.
If all goes well, you should be able use the aluminium pullers that are on the assembly and adjust the bearing to your application.
How do I use the pullors?
To adjust the position of the aluminium pins on the aluminium drive unit, you need to do a couple of things.
Firstly you need a screw driver and some scrap aluminium.
You should then have a small bit of scrap on the drill press that you can use to drill holes into the drill bit.
The scrap will hold the screws that are used to drive the pins into the holes, so if you drill a hole and then lift the scrap, the pins will still be in the holes.
You’ll then need to drive a small nut into the bottom part of the clamp, so that the aluminium can be moved.
This nut will also hold the pins, so they won’t be moving backwards and forwards in the same way.
Next you need the pullor assembly.
The first thing you need is a screw that is the correct length for the size of the screwdriver you’re using.
The length of the drive unit that you’re going for depends on the diameter of the hole that you want to be drilled.
You also need to know the width of the holes that you are drilling, and you need some spacers to hold everything in place.
Finally, you will need to drill a small hole for the screw and some other bits and pieces.
This can be made of some kind of metal, such as aluminium.
To drill the hole for your aluminium drive, first measure the diameter.
If the hole is large enough, then you should have a bit of spare aluminium, and if it’s smaller, then there’s a bit more aluminium that you need.
For this reason, you might need to measure twice the diameter as the hole diameter.
Once you have the correct diameter, then measure the width, which will be the amount of aluminium that’s going to be required to make the hole bigger than the diameter that you measured.
Measure the length of your screw.
If it’s the correct size, then drill the drive part in a slightly wider and wider angle than the hole, and measure the length in millimetres.
This measurement is the same for both the holes you drilled, so make sure to keep it the same.
Next measure the hole size.
If your drill bit is too long, then a shorter drill bit will be needed.
For our aluminium drive part, we decided to make a bit bigger hole, so to get a bit wider hole, we used a bit larger drill bit, which we made larger.
Next we drilled a small, straight hole through the top part of our aluminium pull bar.
The smaller hole in the top can be