pavel1809: now put it back together lol
sexybologna111: What's this go for? I'm from Rochester!!!! Wooohoooo
Pyro17059: This is fine if your planning on replacing the bearing anyway. If your going in to replace something else and plan to re-use the bearing, plan for if to fail shortly after.
My Damn Channel: HAHA cute tool. Try this crap on a 1 ton 4x4 axle like on my 3500 Dodge Ram. That tool will probably break first..lol
David Sonn: IT WORKS!!!
The rear hub on my 2001 Bonneville SSEI was welded to the knuckle from rust and corrosion due to dissimilar metals.
I tried all my normal tricks and even tried a few new ones I saw online. Nothing was working. Then, I saw this video and realized that the torque forces this tool utilizes are all in the correction direction and axis.
I went outside, put a pipe wrench directly onto the top of the bearing hub and in two whacks with a mallet, that miserable hub broke free.
Great invention, the physics of the tool are impeccable. If I did this for a living, I would thank you with a purchase. Cheers!
Im 4Real: Email does NOT work. What is up? How can I purchase locally in AZ?
BEAKER UNREFINED: 1:57, "there must be over 2000 lbs of force on that jack" even though that particular corner only weighs about 1100 lbs.
Danny Scarborough: How do you get hub bearing assembly off the spindle when it is frozen. wheel puller don't work, heat doesn't work what next
Ryan Lowe: Could just make your own simple design
Billy B: OH AND READING SOME OF THESE POST ON HERE.... OBVIOUSLY SOME OF YOU HAVE NEVER RAN INTO A REAL RUSTED HUB AND BEARING ASSEMBLY.... MORONS
Billy B: B&V Automotive here in cold ass Decatur Illinois... We have been killing ourselfs on a rear hub and bearing assembly on this damn 08 Cadillac cts4... Tried everything... This looks like the best one yet so we are taking 20min to build something as close as possible to this HUB GRABBER! WISH US LUCK, Ill let you no in about 20min how it turns out for us
HISandman: its a useless tool... you can do the same thing with a good heavy hammer.. jacking the car does nothing to remove that front bearing the load is on the inside lip of the bearing.
I don't blame anyone for trying to make a buck, but this is just another tool that will end up collecting dust in your bottom draw.
Jason Markowitz: Pull the knuckle, press it out, done in a few mins.
tobysoter: Can I use this on my neighbors?
rayquan187: I am interested in buying the hub buster where can you find one please
rayquan187: I see some good comments and some bad he has the right idea but he is not right at the same time the hub buster is a good product but the hammer he use is to big you could damage the control arm with that much force or the new hub will not fit in as it should use a smaller hammer and tap the bearing out up,down,side, to side use oil or your choice of lubricant
Mario Jardel: I need one, do u still sell them? How do I order?
doug mayer: It took me 4 hours to get my 2001 ford Taurus hub out.
James Schultz: Were to get one email address is no good
Matthew Murphy: Snap on air hammer and done by the time his lugs we snug. Best tool from my experience. Sometimes on really rusty trucks two air hammers could be used, one on each side. Must be good hammer preferably ph3050.