How do you remove a steering wheel from a patrol?

How do you remove a steering wheel from a patrol?

Undo the large nut in the centre of the wheel, do NOT remove it all the way off but leave it on a few turns, pull the wheel away on its spline, this can take some pulling, the nut now stops the the wheel (and you) flying into the back seat if its tight to get off.

How do you remove a RA Rodeo steering wheel?

Remove the steering wheel….Remove the tilt lever assembly.

  1. Remove the two pan head tapping screws from the lower shroud.
  2. Unlock the upper and lower shroud.
  3. Remove the two Torx® head screws from the upper shroud.
  4. Remove the upper shroud.

How do you remove a horn cover from a steering wheel?

Remove the steering wheel horn pad by pulling firmly on the pad. It’ll be tough but, don’t worry about breaking it. If you have an aftermarket wheel (i.e. Momo) with a center horn button, gently pry around the outside of the button with a small flat tip screwdriver or probe to dislodge the button from the wheel.

How do you remove a GQ Patrol steering wheel?

Remove steering wheel. Use a brass or soft metal drift (solid piece of metal) and place it on top of the nut. Put knees under the steering wheel and force upwards, at same time place metal drift on top of shaft (and nut) then………. Hit it with a hammer…. thats right…

What is a 3-jaw puller used for?

3-jaw – The most universal of pullers, the 3-jaw puller has three articulating arms that have both internal and external hooks. You can use them to remove gears, pulleys, wheel hubs, all kinds of hard to remove parts. They come in several sizes and are inexpensive.

Types of Puller :- A puller is a tool used to remove sets from the rotating machine shaft….These pullers include bearing splitter plates, 2 and 3 arms bearing pullers, internal bearing pullers, bar type puller &slide hammer puller.

  • Bearing splitter plates.
  • 2& 3 arms bearing puller.
  • Internal bearing puller.

How are pullers measured?

Puller reach Bearing pullers are measured according to their reach. The puller’s reach is the available distance between the pulling surface of the legs and the head of the legs. Bearing pullers come in sizes of 75mm (2.9″), 100mm (3.9″), 150mm (5.9″) and 200mm (7.8″).