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 Posted: Tue Nov 9th, 2010 04:22 pm
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I'm looking for the above mentioned tool for a Speed Queen (alliance) front load washer model sc50nc20p60001 serial number 310022118c.

I have found places that have it for $300.00 or more and really didn't want to spend that kind of money. :flush:

Maybe someone has one and would rent it out or give out the required dimensions?

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!

Thanks....Keith



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2010max wrote: F798002 KIT,PULLER,BASKET,MT/ 27,35

this chart shows you would need
F798003   Basket Puller Kit  HC50, HC60, SC50, SC60, UC50 and UC60 models




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Thanks for the info but actually I only need item #6 which the vendor wants to charge me $300.00 for. My issue is I dont want to pay the huge amount for just a basket pulley and was wondering if anyone would have one to rent or would be able to make one up for a fee of course.



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looks like some type of standard bearing puller...

16.5"

may need one with "reversible jaws"



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Hello, my pulling friends. You may be interested to know that we used a similar tool to pull our latest baby yak out of its mother. We were quite pleased with the results. See for yourself...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Umw_N59CFEY



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That's what I thought....I'll just make my own.

Thanks for your time

 

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