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US Patent: 7,007,359
Tight-Spot Pulley Remover
Patentee:
Lyndon E. Wilson - Noxon, MT

USPTO Classifications:
29/244, 29/255

Tool Categories:
industrial tools : gear and hub pullers

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
none listed

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jun. 02, 2003
Granted: Mar. 07, 2006

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Description:
Richard C.Litman - patent attorney

Abstract

A tight-spot power steering pump pulley removal tool for removing a power steering pump pulley, comprising a two-part interlocking structure, a handle and a forcing member. The two-part interlocking structure has a recess in at least one side, the recess defining a through bore with a thread. The through bore travels through the two-part interlocking structure; the forcing member is adapted to be screwed through the through bore. The recess further defines an axial lip overhang adapted to attach to an annular groove. The recess is adapted to accommodate a hub flange associated with a power steering pulley apparatus. The two-part interlocking structure further comprises a threaded blind hole. The handle is reversibly attached to the blind hole.

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