MLM universal 6203 bearing puller
MLM universal 6203 bearing puller



here's what ya get in this PARTYYY!:

mmmm a perfect replica of the original puch e50 factory 6203 bearing puller by MLM!! it's really just a universal 6203 bearing puller cause sooo many different bikes used them.

featuring removable puller halves and lock ring for hours of joyous pullin. just plop the puller over yer crank shaft, install the two circular halves with the thin lip on the underside of the bearing, pop the lock ring on and start pullin. just make sure to have the lock ring fully seated or else ya risk damage to the thin lip that contacts the bearing from the underside.

approximate usable depth = 80mm aka if yer shaft is longer than 80mm then it might not work!!

pretty much can be used on any bearing with a 40mm OD...for example it works on the ignition side of derbi piston port and flat reed cranks! this just in works perfectly on both sides of tomos cranks as well as minarelli v1 too!!

oo bb be sure to put a lil dab of grease on the center bolt threads for fun times!!

as always amazing fit and finish + e-coated yay...unfortunately there are some nicks and scratches on the puller body from shipping!

taco rating taco rating 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 give your taco rating here

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4 of 5 very nice puller but be advised October 14, 2020
taco eater : MICHAEL HARTGERS from ENGLEWOOD, CO United States  
makes pulling bearings without damage fast and easy.
Do NOT use an impact with this tool or you will damage the cups.

i used this tool on 4 engines in a row and by the 4th it was unable to grab bearing because I started using an impact on 3rd.

very flawless until that point.
4 stars because cups could have a thicker lip for long life.

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5 of 5 at first it seems expensive, but... September 19, 2016
taco eater : josh hickman from goshen, IN United States  
then you use it just one time and wonder how the hell you were getting by without one all these years. if you are in the business of rebuilding e50s often enough to own ANY bearing puller, get yourself this one.

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