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💪 Lisle 39000 Pulley Puller: The Ultimate Tool for Convenient Pulley Removal Review



Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5  
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Description of 💪 Lisle 39000 Pulley Puller: The Ultimate Tool for Convenient Pulley Removal

The unique puller body completely houses the pulley hub to prevent slipping on even the tightest pulleys. Works on traditional V-shaped pulleys and serpentine belt system pulleys. Also works faster than other conventional pulley pullers. Fits most domestic models including GM 3.1 and Quad 4 engines.


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Revainrating 1 out of 5

The threads were damaged on first use. No longer works.

I don't know how good it looks from the pictures but the thread and nut are so damaged they won't turn. And after just one use. I can't recommend people to buy it. Seems to be a good design. I liked how they had a lever holding the extractor together and providing leverage. This made it much easier to use than the other model which required 2 wrenches to use and kept falling apart. So this will be a good idea. if it worked. But that's not the case.

  • Easy to read control panel
  • Plenty

Revainrating 5 out of 5


The Lisle pulley puller worked as advertised removing the power steering pump pulley. The pulley is easy to install and remove. Reinstalling the pulley with a tool didn't work for me. The Ford pump on my 2000 Ford F250 is Original Equipment and the threads on the power steering pump shaft were rusted and the tool was unable to reinstall the pulley. I had to use a ball-peen hammer to hammer the tensioned one back in, and luckily I didn't damage the pump by forcing it against the shaft. The 22mm…

  • Delivery was very fast
  • Compatibility

Internal thread suspected The internal thread on the base body of the puller (4) is wavy, not even and clear. The puller worked fine the first time with lots of oil, but I doubt the thread last. The threads on the removable screw (9) are of excellent quality, but I was warned to lightly thread first with a wire brush to remove the black oxide coating before use. If you do not live in the USA, a warranty exchange is not possible! The puller screw and mounting adapter (5/6) have a runout of…

  • Great price
  • poorly thought out

Revainrating 5 out of 5

**BUY THIS** used on a 1995 Chevy Tahoe 5.7

***BUY THIS!*** I have never pulled a power steering pulley but have after a few youtube videos and THIS KIT . removed the pulley from a 1995 Chevy Tahoe 5.7 with minimal effort (to remove the driver's side exhaust manifold to scream out loud!). I used a 2" breaker and 2" pipe over the included handle for better leverage and it took a while BUT IT WORKS EXACTLY AS IT SHOULD. (Tip: I removed the fan cover and put a piece of cardboard inside to protect the heatsink and knuckles, just in case)…

  • GOLS certified
  • Slightly torn

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Worth the price. Good quality and easy to use tool

This was an excellent tool. I have used this on several Chrysler (Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler) and Mitsubishi vehicles and have had no complaints. The metal thread holds up well compared to other tools I've used, everything else is tight on the pulley lip. If you've never used this before, watch some videos. I would also recommend not using air or battery tools to reinstall the pulley. Also, use thread lubricant to reduce friction. Overall I am very impressed with this tool. Quality and ease of use…

  • Works great for me
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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works great but prepare tool before use

Instructions could be a bit clearer. Before buying I read other reviews about cleaning black crafting oxide threads before use. Used a spoked wheel on a bench grinder to clean out all the external threads then threaded the machine bolts through the internal threads which were heavily lubricated with light oil. Worked like a champ removing and installing the pulley. I bought an extra 5/16-24x3/4" bolt per the comment I read to provide a solid clamping force for the two puller halves. I also used

  • Decent performance
  • Useless features

Revainrating 5 out of 5

This is a good product

I read a lot of negative reviews about this product that it failed so much that I was very concerned about it. I bought it anyway, made sure to put some 3 in 1 or motor oil on the threads every time I used it and had NO PROBLEM with this product. To be fair maybe the PS pulley I removed and reinstalled wasn't fused to the pump shaft like other people do, I don't know but I know people and there are a lot of stupid people out there! But for me it was a very good product and the PS pump removal…

  • New
  • Slightly wrinkled

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Bad quality control. Otherwise a great tool.

I bought this to remove the horsepower pulley on my 1995 F-250 with a 7.3 liter engine. It was extremely difficult to unscrew the pulley until I realized that the puller/puller screw didn't go straight through the puller body. Upon inspection I found that the puller body was bevel cut and therefore could not be used as it was off center applying pressure to the PS pump shaft. So I had to rent a cheap puller from my local parts store to take the pulley off. The installation portion of this Lisle

  • Stylish and modern design
  • Nothing

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works well with Hummer H2 steering pump pulley

Luckily the tool kit I received was manufactured correctly so the threads are properly aligned. The first thing to do with any puller is grease the threads. Then wrap the pieces on top of each other to squeeze out any metal shavings left over from manufacturing. This seems like common sense, but I didn't apply enough lube to begin with, so some of the threads wore out prematurely. However, the tool still worked well. I had to use an 18" socket wrench to apply enough torque to remove the pulley.

  • Everything great!
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