How to Use Sealed Bearing Extractor
All extractors are size specific! If attempting to remove a bearing of a different size than the extractor, you will permanently damage or break the extractor. If the extractor is smaller than the bearing, try using a shim between the extractor and the bearing to give the tightest fit before tightening the extractor bolt.
To remove sealed bearings you will need the correct size extractor, 8mm, 13mm, 17mm open or box end wrench, 10mm, 15mm, 19mm and 1″ open end wrench, hammer and punch.
The correct size extractor will fit snugly into the inner diameter (I.D.) of the sealed bearing you wish to extract.
Place extractor into I.D. of sealed bearing until it seats flush with the shoulder of the extractor.
Tighten nut with wrench while securing extractor with other wrench. Tighten nut until the extractor is firmly in place within the i.d. of the sealed bearing.
Once the extractor is secured, align a punch with back side of the extractor.
Gently tap on the punch until bearing is removed along with the extractor.
The bearing is now removed. Install new sealed bearings with a Wheels Mfg bearing press