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    opposedtwin

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    #1011

    it was with a bunch of outboard parts I came across. I imagine it’s a puller of some sort. anybody know for sure?

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    mr-asa

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    #12664

    Looks like it would expand something. That screw would interfere with the jaws as it was tightened which would spread them out.

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    Anonymous

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    #12666

    It could quite possibly be a flywheel and/or carrier puller of some sort. ❓

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    garry-in-michigan

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    #12667

    I think it goes with a slide hammer. Used for pulling Seals and outer bearing races …

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    mr-asa

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    #12669

    I think Garry wins again.

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    Mumbles

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    #12670

    It’s part of a set for installing and removing upper gearcase bearings.

    http://boatinfo.no/lib/evinrude/manuals … e_h336.swf

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    dan-in-tn

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    #12671

    Per the ’76 special tool catalog the #380657 (which can be seen in the pic) is used with slide hammer #380657 to remove propeller shaft bearing cup on 1974-76 9.9 & 15 hp models. Also removes bearing assy #379503 & needle bearing assy #379505 from 1966-68 100 hp outboard gearcases. Also used on stern drives with same applicable gearcases. That’s straight from the book.
    I have used mine for all kinds of other stuff. It will pull almost any seal you can stuff it into. I have another one I have modified so it goes into a smaller hole. Neat all around tool.

    Dan in TN

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