ZZPerformance is the ONLY company offering a 2nd gen pulley puller.
The problems of the old design were:
Weight, it's bulky and weighs a lot. Inconvenient to put in a normal tool box.
Slow, with the old design pulley swaps take 20-60 minutes
Risk of damaging removed pulley. Horseshoe does not support entire back of pulley
Snout damage. Threaded stud can mung up the threads in the snout
Tool damage. 1/2" end of large threaded rod gets stripped easily
ZZPerformance 2nd gen puller:
Aluminum design is compact, lightweight, and will not rust
Large threaded rod has 15/16" end eliminating stipped shaft ends
Center plate holds the loose nut so shaft can be turned with full range of motion.
Pulley swaps are completed in 1/2 the time.
Locater pin now included along with M8 stud, this lowers chance of messing up snout threads
Fully supports pulley to eliminate chance of damaging it during removal or install
Works with all modular systems and press on pulleys of any size.
The only reason you would need a ZZP MPS backing plate is if you want to remove a ZZP modular hub from a snout, you would not need the removal plate to remove or replace a press on pulley or install a modular pulley hub.
This tool is available for rental.
Rentals do not include Anti-Seize lubricant.
Rental is $50, with a $75 deposit. Tool rental is for 14
days. After 14 days we charge $1 per day the puller is late. Your 14 days begin
when you receive and end the day you ship your package back. You must use
trackable shipping for return. Tools are not warranted against breakage because
user error is not under our control. Please follow included instructions to
avoid problems. You will be responsible for lost or broken parts.. If you wish
to keep the tool, you do not need to do anything. Just don't send it back.
*Returns of this tool will be
assessed a restocking fee equivilant to tool rental or greater.
Choose "Rental with ZZP MPS backing plate" to add rental of our backing plate. $20 core, $10 rental.
Wondering how our puller compares to others on the market? Here is some real world user feedback:
Instructions can be downloaded here