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Lisle Tools 38210

Lisle Tools Front Hub Removal Kit For Dodge

616-38210

made in usa
Ships on 10/24/19
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$35.99
Lisle Tools Front Hub Removal Kit For Dodge $35.99
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Front Hub Removal Kit For Dodge
Includes:
  • 616-39300 For 2002 and older Applications
  • 616-39250 For 2003-Up 4WD 3/4 Ton and 1 Ton Dodge Pickups
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    38210

    The Lisle hub removal kit separates the frozen hub assembly from the steering knuckle on Dodge vehicles. This extremely useful tool drives against loosened retaining bolts to separate assembly. It also prevents damage to the knuckle and complete hub assembly. This hub removal tool kit drives on the bolt flange, so the head of the retaining bolt is not destroyed. Kit contains 616-39300 for older, smaller applications and 616-39250 for 2003 and newer 4-wheel drive 3/4 ton and 1 ton Dodge pickups. Tolls are also available separately.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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