6002, 6802 & 6902 Sealed Bearing Extractor 15mm

Tool Replacement Parts by Wheels Manufacturing

6002, 6702, 6802, 6902, 15267 & 15268 (15mm) Sealed Bearing Extractor

detailed instructionsIndividual extractor for removing 6002, 6702, 6802, 6902, 15268 & 15267 sealed bearings with 15mm inside diameter.

These bearing extractors grip the inside race of a sealed bearing, allowing the bearing to be tapped out of the hub shell or frame component. Insert the extractor into the bearing, tighten one side with a matching wrench, and the collet expands to grip the inside of the bearing. Tap the extractor & bearing out together with a punch and hammer.

All extractors are size specific! If attempting to remove a bearing of a different size than the extractor, you will permanently damage or break the extractor. If the extractor is smaller than the bearing, try using a shim between the extractor and the bearing to get the tightest fit before tightening the extractor bolt.

 More info on WheelsMFG.com

Made In the USA

6002, 6802 & 6902 Sealed Bearing Extractor 15mm

Tool Replacement Parts by Wheels Manufacturing
6002, 6802 & 6902 Sealed Bearing Extractor 15mm

6002, 6802 & 6902 Sealed Bearing Extractor 15mm

SKU:TRP.6002-EXT
Tool Replacement Parts by Wheels Manufacturing
SKU:TRP.6002-EXT

6002, 6702, 6802, 6902, 15267 & 15268 (15mm) Sealed Bearing Extractor

detailed instructionsIndividual extractor for removing 6002, 6702, 6802, 6902, 15268 & 15267 sealed bearings with 15mm inside diameter.

These bearing extractors grip the inside race of a sealed bearing, allowing the bearing to be tapped out of the hub shell or frame component. Insert the extractor into the bearing, tighten one side with a matching wrench, and the collet expands to grip the inside of the bearing. Tap the extractor & bearing out together with a punch and hammer.

All extractors are size specific! If attempting to remove a bearing of a different size than the extractor, you will permanently damage or break the extractor. If the extractor is smaller than the bearing, try using a shim between the extractor and the bearing to get the tightest fit before tightening the extractor bolt.

 More info on WheelsMFG.com

Made In the USA