"...Socket and a breaker bar, possibly with added 'cheater' over the handle
of the breaker bar. Never use a torque wrench for this kind of work, as
overloading them will destroy their accuracy. Don't use a ratchet either.
You'll also need a long, strong bar to hold the puller from turning. ISTR
someone wrote that they used an Oldsmobile to hold the bar from turning so
they could devote both hands to the wrench...."
I used a breaker bar with a 4' piece of pipe over it for more torque and a
smaller bar through the U-joint hole that I secured with my F-150 truck. I
was able to separate both hubs. One fairly easily, but the other one was
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