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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-01-2018, 12:19 AM Thread Starter
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M8 Cam Bearing Tool

Milwaukee Eight cam bearing puller and installer for sale. I used it once this week to replace the cam bearing on my Road Glide and don't plan to do it again. $125 Shipped.

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-01-2018, 12:50 PM
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Milwaukee Eight cam bearing puller and installer for sale. I used it once this week to replace the cam bearing on my Road Glide and don't plan to do it again. $125 Shipped.
Damn!!! I just ordered a puller and installer from Fuelmoto a few days ago, oh well... after I swap out my cam I’ll be selling mine too!
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Damn!!! I just ordered a puller and installer from Fuelmoto a few days ago, oh well... after I swap out my cam Ill be selling mine too!
Mine sold pretty quickly. I paid $150 for it which is less expensive than other brands but it does the same job. I consider my $25 loss as rent which was well worth it to me.

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$98.95 on the FM site right now. I was gonna go looking for a used one but sounds like that's a pretty good deal. A little pricey for a one time use tool but I'll probably sell mine after using also.

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Note that FM $98 is the install part only the removal is an additional $95
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$98.95 on the FM site right now. I was gonna go looking for a used one but sounds like that's a pretty good deal. A little pricey for a one time use tool but I'll probably sell mine after using also.
. I’m swapping out my cam next weekend, my set will be for sale. I’m selling the bearing puller and installer along with the sprocket gear locking tool as well.
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. Im swapping out my cam next weekend, my set will be for sale. Im selling the bearing puller and installer along with the sprocket gear locking tool as well.
Interested! lmk

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Interested in the tool as well. How easy was the removal and install and did you change pushrods and lifters?
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Interested in the tool as well. How easy was the removal and install and did you change pushrods and lifters?
very easy and straightforward too. I did change the pushrods with Fuel Motos’ adjustables and S&S premium lifters. New S&S cam plate and oil pump too since I was in there... then remapped with a Fuel Moto Tune. Lastly, since I had the exhaust system off, I did replace the clutch slave cylinder with the AIM light force. Didn’t want to experience my clutch failing due to the recall that’s been out from Harley-Davidson.
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