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www.viraoto.com ............werner weitner king pin press. Applicable in
all truck workshops. For force fitting and extraction of steering knuckle
pins on truck front axles. The truck king pin press ww-75t can be used to
assemble and disassemble front axles in a fast way. The press is rotatable
and also can be used for truck models with displaced bolts. Bolt bushing
sets have to be ordered separately.
SCOPE OF SUPPLY
Transport cart, hydraulic cylinder 75t, air hydraulic pump, hydraulic hose
1.8 m, cylinder reception, bridge, 2 stud bolts, 2 hexagon nuts 45 mm and 2
adjusting collars, ready to use assembly. Delivery on Euro-pallet. Bolt
bushing sets optional for MB or MAN.
ADDITIONAL ORDER VERSION
Air hydraulic pump or 2 stage
KPP-143 Heavy-Duty King Pin Press
The ARI-HETRA air assisted and manual King Pin Press is a safe,
professional, and time-efficient tool used to replace heavy-duty king pins.
It's vertical, side-to-side, and front-to-back adjustability make it easy
to maneuver around obstacles that would otherwise make the job time
consuming and difficult. It comes with a fully stocked tooling kit that
prepares technicians to replace king pins of various sizes. All of the
KPP-143's features combined with the use of 143,000 lbs. of compression
forces make it the most time-efficient, safe, easy to use, and reliable
tool for king pin replacement.
Extractor Hidráulico de Rotulas Rehobot Hydraulics
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Kingpins & Bushings, rat rod installation
When I was looking for some info on how to do this, I really wasn't finding
much online, so I took a little extra video time to make this so that
almost anyone could see how it's done. The part I didn't show, is the
removal, installing and reaming of the bushings, which someone else did,
but there's a good article on "the H.A.M.B." that describes that. Sorry
for the length, but it is what it is..