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US Made Heavy Duty Rear Hub Puller
Fits 46-86 Jeep & Willys

Part # HP600

New Super Heavy Duty Rear Hub Puller

Made in the USA

Complete rear hub and drum puller guaranteed not to cause damage to your rear hub, drum or axle.

Fits:
46-49 CJ-2A
49-53 CJ-3A
53-64 CJ-3B
55-83 CJ-5
50-52 M38
52-71 M38A1
46-64 Truck
46-64 Station Wagon
76-86 CJ-7
76-86 CJ-8

Note:
Grease must be applied to all center bolt threads prior to use

WILL NOT FIT 2WD VEHICLES WITH PLANAR SUSPENSION

Part # Price
HP600

$174.99

MSRP:

$174.99

MSRP:

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What hub puller for 1943 Willy's MB?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Give us a call and ask for Mike M

I am rebuilding a 1963 j200 jeep truck with tapered rear shafts and keyway. Any idea if this will work on it? I still need to measure my bolt pattern but it looks to be 5" 5 bolt

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
As long as it is 5x5.5 it should.

Is this currently in stock? Thanks.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is correct.

I have a 49 Jeepster with a tapered rear axle, so this tool with not work. Are there any other options I can buy or try in order to get them removed?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
It is for the 5x5.5" pattern 4x4 vehicles only. You would have to try to use a universal puller for you 2x4 vehicle.

Will this work on a 1945 MB willys jeep?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
No, this is for tapered rear axles only. You dont need for the full floater.

Hello, Is this tool distributed in Europe/France? If so, what are the fees? Best regards

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
We do ship internationally.

Can you tell me the manufacturer of this tool

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
We have it made for us.

I have a 1950 Willys jeepster 2wd. will the HP600 Hub tool work to remove the rear hubs. There is a note saying it will not work on vehicles that are 2wd with the PLanar suspension which I belive is what I am working with.I have tried everything I have and cannot get one of the rear hubs off.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
These pullers are for 4x4 vehicles only with the 5 lug pattern.

If I have the newer style drum w/ the three screws do the screws have to be removed prior to pulling the drum? I don't think they do but this is the first time for me and I don't want to break anything.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
You can pull the hub and drum together or you can remove the screws and take drum off first.

I'm confused, I have a 48 2wd panel with the tapered rear axle. Will this puller work?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
These are for 4x4 vehicles only.

Dumb question, but if I am buying just an overhaul brake kit with with drum/pads/cylinder, do I need this to pull the rear drums? If so, why in the world would they make the brakes to require this puller just to pull the drum?? I get pressed in half axles and the like, but brake drums?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Your rear axles are tapered and the hub will not come off without the puller. If you do have the later style brakes you could remove the three counter sunk screws.

why is this 154.99 on here and in the catalog you sent me its 89.99

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Online pricing is always current. The U.S. forge that makes them doubled the price on us since the last print run.

will this tool also work on front wheels?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
It will not. You should have spindle nuts in the rear which can be removed by using A692. You could also use HP700. Thanks

will this tool work on 1945 jeep?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
It will not. You should have spindle nuts in the rear which can be removed by using A692. You could also use HP700. Thanks

Haven't been able to remove the axle shaft keys on either side of my 48 truck. The hub seems to have shifted too much. Will this tool still work? Also, one hub has no studs at all...

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
You would have to pull the hub/drum off with this before the key comes out. They get very stuck in there.

My rear hub on a 1947 CJ2A has two studs broken off between studs that are still in place (three good studs separated by a broken stud). Will I still be able to connect this to the hub with the three studs in a triangle pattern?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
As long as you can line up the puller in the triangle pattern on the three studs you should be ok.

Have 2 jeeps, one is 1942 Ford, other is a 1946 Willys cj2a (no lugs on the one of the hubs). Will this tool work on both vehicles? If not, what is recommended by you. Need to pull hubs off of both jeeps.

Willys Tech:
You don't need this on your 41-45 MB because it doesn't have tapered axles. It is for all Willys after 1946.

Can i get the same puller but with 5 fingers? Just like the one in your you tube video? Thanks!

Willys Tech:
Sorry these are made in 3 finger only. They are extremely heavy duty.

I have a 58' Dj 3A Model. 2 wheel drive. The left side has the righty loosely, lefty tighty threads. The left side the opposite. Do you I need a hub puller to check the brakes in the front and the rear. I just replaced the shocks.

Willys Tech:
You will need a hub puller to get the rear drums off.

how do you take the front brake drums off a cj2a willys jeep?

Willys Tech:
A692 is the part number you will need to loose the spindle nuts up.

Hi, do you have a slide hammer for it also? My cj2a drum came off without the puller, but I can't get the axle out now.?.? I thought I could throw the drum and nut on, and then use a slide hammer with the puller. Would that work?

Willys Tech:
The slide hammer is a local NAPA item.

Will it work on a 1967 Jeepster Convertible rear hub? The axle is a dana 30.

Willys Tech:
As long as you have a tapered axle rear end it will.

Will this work on 48 Jeepster ?

Willys Tech:
Yes these come with a warrenty. But we have never really had a return on them. Just make sure to grease the center bolt.

Will this tool work for a 1955 willys aero custom it's a four lug hub?

Willys Tech:
Yes it will.

Hi is this tool made in the usa? And does it come with a case or just loose as pictured. Thanks!

Willys Tech:
These are USA made and come as pictured.

will this work on the front drums to?

Willys Tech:
It is not needed on the front. For the front you need A692 socket.

My right rear hub has all the lugs broken but 1, any ideas on how to get the hub off?

Willys Tech:
You will have to use a puller that pulls from the outside lip. We dont recomment them because you can warp your drum/hub.

Will this work with a hub that has 5bolts?

Willys Tech:
All Willys were 5 stud so yes.

I have already knoked the studs loose hoping that that would let be get the hub off but such was not the case. Now there are no lug studs to pull on does this tool still work wit h absent studs? If not how do I get that damn hub off?

Willys Tech:
You need the studs to use this tool. Please call us toll free. We may be able to help.

wiLL this tool work on a 51 henryJ CAR

Willys Tech:
Im sure it would.

I have 1949 willys jeepster. Do you give detailed instructions with puller?

Willys Tech:
This is guaranteed to work. If you have any questions how to set it up please free to call us toll free. We can walk you thru it. They are super heavy duty and guaranteed not to fail.

how and what do i use to pull the axil out with

Willys Tech:
This hub puller will get your hub and drum off. Ones thats done there is nothing holding the axle in. Just slide it off.

WILL this hub puller work with a 53 Kaiser Deluxe?

Willys Tech:
Yes, it will work with the Kaiser as well.
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