I have been waiting to try the SUPCO Bearing Buster for a while on a jobsite blower bearing replacement. This bearing was extremely tight as it had been on there for several years and very rusted underneath the bearing assembly. Because the spider bracket could be removed, a puller could have been used in this situation, but I have found on tight bearings that the pulling force of a puller can damage the bracket and I wanted to give the Bearing Buster a fair go. In some Bearing Buster vides I have seen, the bearing comes off in one shot, this is dependent on the severity of how damaged the shaft is underneath.
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