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Removing the gear from a VE, P7100 or VP44 injection pump requires a specialized tool. Sure, you can cobble a pry bar or shade tree tool, but do you want to risk wrecking your expensive injection pump?
Tork Tool is the leader in designing tools for the Cummins 5.9 and 6.7 diesel. (Duramax is next) We make injector pullers, valve spring compressors and now gear pullers.
How do you tell if the gear puller you want to buy is a quality tool? Look at the fit and finish! Is it a torch cut tool or is it accurately machined? Are the slots and outer diameter torch cut and ratty? Are there half drilled holes on the outside of the part? This design flaw puts an added side thrust on the bolts.
Tork Teknology's injection pump gear puller is machined from pre-harden billet steel and the hole locations are within .001. (that's 1/3 the thickness of a human hair) The CGP010 has three sets of holes. One each for the VE, P pump and the VP44. They double plate the puller so it doesn't rust. Even the hardened fasteners are plated!
Their injection pump gear puller is shipped in a reclosable bag to keep all the parts together AND you get instructions. Sounds like a good buy to me!! I think you will agree that the CGP010 is a good deal and less costly.
If you need a gear puller for the CP3, check out their CGP020 .
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