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Old 09-15-2008, 04:41 PM
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Question p/s pump pulley puller source

Need help in locating a p/s pump pulley puller for my 1985 300SD, 126.120/617.951. I have a ZF pump [ZL49?]. Markings on the pump are Type Nr. 7672900445, Fabr. Nr. 2355903, MBZ 126 460 14 80, 82bar. Groove on pulley for puller is approx. 1.5Ē / 38.1mm by .108Ē / 2.75mm. Nut is off pulley shaft.

Philip at mercedesshop says that Baum tool no. 108-0233 is discontinued and there are no other options at this time. Shop manual shows puller part no. as 108 589 02 33 00.

Does anyone know of another puller that would work thatís available from any other source? Iíve tried several pullers for domestic cars but theyíre too small.

Does someone have a tool I can buy, rent or borrow? Iím located in Baltimore, MD.

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Old 09-15-2008, 04:50 PM
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I have been able to successfully use a generic pulley-puller sold at chain stores (about $10-$20) to remove the pulley from various M-B PS pumps. They look something like this. Do a search on ebay for "pulley puller" and you will find many listings for ones just like this. I'd offer to loan you mine but frankly it would cost more in 2X postage than you could buy one for on ebay or locally.
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Old 09-15-2008, 06:04 PM
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I tried a generic one from AdvanceAuto (rental) and it did NOT work for me. The flaps that "grab" the groove on the pulley were too thick and just ripped up the side of the pulley. I ended up taking it to an indy shop nearby and they pulled it for free!

European Auto Parts on Eckhert Rd. in San Antonio....I figure for doing it for free I should give 'em the plug.
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Marty, I initially tried using a gear puller with two straight arms that I had to grind down to fit the pulley groove, but the arms started to bend when tightening and forced the ends to pop out of the groove. I also tried hitting the end of the tightening screw while under tension but that didnít work either. Iíd really like to find the tool designed for this job.

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