Hub Puller from Les Fairbanks

Revised 09/30/11

The pieces: five left hand thread pulling studs ("L"), five right hand thread pulling studs ("R"), and the plate. pieces
Same pieces, this view the plate is turned over to show the other side. pieces1
Close up view of right hand thread studs and left hand thread studs. right
left
The hub. hub
The hub with the puller studs. hub1
The hub, puller studs, plate, ready to tighten the nuts. hub3

Instructions for Mopar rear drum puller

Instructions for Mopar rear drum puller.

Caution: These drums can come off the axles with enough force to cause injury. Don't stand directly in front of drum when removing.

Secure the car safely on jack stands. Remove the wheels and axle nuts. Loosen brake shoe adjustments.

For cars that use lug bolts:

On the right (passenger's) side: Put the 5 RH threaded bolts through the holes in the plate and screw them into the lug bolt holes until the plate is against the axle shaft. Tighten the bolts evenly until the drum comes off.

On the left (driver's) side: Put the 5 LH threaded studs about 3/4 of an inch into the drum. Put the plate over the studs against the axle shaft. Install washers and the 5 LH threaded nuts on each stud and tighten evenly until the drum comes off.

For cars that use lug nuts:

On the right (passenger's) side: Screw the 5 RH threaded elongated nuts with stud attached all the way onto the studs on the drum. Put the plate over the studs with the small plate in the center against the axle shaft. Install washers and the 5 RH threaded nuts and tighten evenly until the drum comes off.

On the left (driver's) side, procedure is the same as right side using LH threaded nuts.

If you have any questions, comments, or the tool doesn't remove the drums on your car, call me at (269) 926-7005 days or (269) 463-5260 evenings, or email me at lessue52@comcast.net . Mailing address is Les Fairbanks C/O T&L Mold Company., 1246 East Empire Ave., Benton Harbor, MI., 49022. Your money will be promptly refunded if this tool fails to remove the drums from your car.

Les Fairbanks