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#1454663 Fri Jun 10 2022 03:40 AM
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I have more zippers then a pair of cargo pants
I have no idea what this is for, have no idea where I got it from nor do I have any idea when I may have gotten it. All I can tell you is it was made in St. Louis. Can somebody clue me in what it might be. It looks like some kind of puller, but what to?…joe

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Looks like a power steering pump pulley puller.
The pulleys usually have a hub that would slip into the slot on that tool.


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Yep, power steering pump pulleys and/or MOPAR alternator pulleys.
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I have more zippers then a pair of cargo pants
Thanks guys, I figured it was some kind of puller, but had no idea what it was for. Thanks again…..joe

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