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Old 02-01-2017, 11:00 AM
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IR hammer head 90 air impact also cordless , real impact vs junk ratchet or 1/4 hex impact are very limited on tq , / try your snap-on and or mac dealer , here sell ingersol as second tool line / love my HammerHead
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Old 02-01-2017, 11:37 AM
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Depending on space available, a set of universal sockets go a long way in tight spots.
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Old 02-01-2017, 12:56 PM
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am goin out on a limb / thinkin BUP has seen u sockets at least once , good idea BTW / have special set sae met long shank drive call u joint socket - will do u joint drive line work again from Snap-on dealer / made by sunnex 12 point
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Thanks -- think of this as something you are working on - a fabbed totally made up example to explain the room and tool needed --- a very stuck propeller and you are only able to slip you hand and tools in on one side of the area to even get access to the propeller. the open area is 7 oclock to 11 oclock position of clearances of about 5 to 9 inches only and only for that one side to gain any access. Again a fabbed example - then you have to put your special prop puller tool all together on the prop working with the little space you have.. That end is no problem - tight but can be done.

The problem part of the story. You need a tool to fit on the front side of the prop so you can operate the prop puller -- example like a bolt that needs to be tighten against the propshaft so the puller can pull the prop forward to get it removed off the propshaft. But your front room access is very tight as well --- to use the tool / air impact gun or WHATEVER. The FRONT access only has about 6 to 10 inches depending on applications to even hook a tool on to your special prop puller..

With that said,,, need a tool like a short right angle impact gun / wrench that is strong enough able to drive nuts and bolts to remove very stuck couplers on propshafts that has very little room front and side access as to what I posted in the made up example.. A socket set is not going to work - unless you can apply that much force. I can not but maybe a 700 pound bench press guy could..

Thanks for all the posts and anymore ideas.

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look up google hammer head impact wrench air and cordless / that's all she wrote
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hammer head by Ingersoll rand / or mac snapon // not the other tinker bell lost boy junk
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hammer head by Ingersoll rand / or mac snapon // not the other tinker bell lost boy junk
I like that, looks pretty slick.

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/too...FdY6gQodQmQPRQ
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What kind of materials are we talking about ? Brass, stainless, etc. Nuts or bolts. Penatrants? Hard to visualize what you have going on . 180 ft. #s on the air ratchet aint much on stuck hardware. Any way to safely apply heat?
actually, what size of fastener are we talking about? Is this a taperlock type setup?
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this is considered good access seriously ---- this is not my pic nor job but its close to the apps I work on for V drive wakeboard boats.

The propshaft side coupler (Gold) has 4 to 6 boats and nuts to take off from the coupler mount at the transmission side. You can see this in the pic.

Then you slide the propshaft / coupler still connected with the propshaft as far back as you CAN in which is about 5 to 8 inches depending on the app in most cases.. Then you have to remove the allen screw up against the nut that holds the coupler on - then you remove the nut from the coupler - then you have to separate the couple from the propshaft that has a key way so you can pull out the whole propshaft -- the coupler is mounted on the wedged part of the propshaft.. All the time they are completely stuck like a mother.

http://s516.photobucket.com/user/pft..._0170.jpg.html

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This is more like the access and only on the one side most of the times but not all. Keep in mind these are V drive apps - the engine is backwards and the trans and V drive are mounted forward in the engine compartment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xCSP2pHm30
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