MLM Bearing Puller

Anthony Lea /

https://www.treatland.tv/MLM-universal-6203-bearing-puller-p/mlm-puch-bearing-puller.htm

Recently purchased this to assist in pulling out the bearings in my V1 engine cases because I just have not been able to get them out any other way.

Feel like I’m missing something though, how would I use this to pull out to bearings?

Bearing seals/dust shields have been pulled out*

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Re: MLM Bearing Puller

That tool is a tool for Puch motors.

That motor you have is a minerelli v1 motor-

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Anthony Lea /

Yup, on treatland they had mentioned that it can work for both.

Realizing though that in the description it mentions that you use this with the crankshaft, can this not be used in the cases as well?(edited)

Re: MLM Bearing Puller

That's for pulling a bearing off of a crankshaft. Not out of a case.

Edit- not familiar with the v1. But cant you just heat the cases and tap em' out?(edited)

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Anthony Lea /

Thanks Aaron, after rereading how Puch used it and the treatland description I realized I just wasted $70 -.-

But all is good. It’s how it’s recommended to be done. Will have to give it another go here soon

Re: MLM Bearing Puller

Sell it here and make some of your money back man. Good luck.

Or keep it, you'll need it sooner or later.

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Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) /

It's actually a very useful tool, not a waste. The bearings could have just as easily come out still attached to the crank, and then you would have been happy to have it. I use mine all the time.

Just heat the case with a torch around the bearing for 30 seconds or so and tap it out with a hammer and a punch.

Re: MLM Bearing Puller

Ya it's used to pull bearings off of a crankshaft like a bearing splitter.

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Anthony Lea /

> Brandon Weiss (Detective brandon to you) Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> It's actually a very useful tool, not a waste. The bearings could have

> just as easily come out still attached to the crank, and then you would

> have been happy to have it. I use mine all the time.

>

> Just heat the case with a torch around the bearing for 30 seconds or so

> and tap it out with a hammer and a punch.

As suggested heating the case let those suckers fall right out! Don’t know why I didn’t believe the V1 Rebuild Wiki!

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