Attempting to remove a brake disc? You’ve removed the securing screw but the disc doesn’t want to come off. You’ve hit the disc with a soft hammer but it still won’t budge. Dirt and corrosion are holding it firmly in place. Reach for this new brake disc puller from Laser Tools (part number 7708).

The puller is designed to fit discs from 165mm to 380mm in diameter, with its easily adjustable, spring-loaded legs that clip behind the disc. The disc can then steadily be pulled off the axle flange by breaking the corrosion’s grip.

The tool is supplied with a protective force screw end cap which means the force screw is not bearing directly onto the drive shaft or hub. If access permits, the tool can also be used to push out the driveshaft.

A sturdy and robust tool that is designed for years of use. It’s supplied in a shallow blow-mould case that fits neatly in the tool chest drawer.

It is available now from your Laser Tools stockist: the 7708 brake disc puller is typically priced at £179.83 inc VAT. Always remember to check for the best prices and special offers.

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