Lambretta Tool, crankshaft/drive bearing extractor and drive bearing puller, MB


We see a lot of damaged cranks where people have hit them with hammers to free them from the drive bearing.

Here is a MB tool Designed by Mark Broadhurst where it safely presses cranks out of the drive bearing.

You bolt the tool you crankcase side, fit the bush on the crank end which then locates on the extractors thread, then turn the large bolt which gently pushes the crank free.

Also comes with a pushing sleeve to safely remove the drive bearing once the drive plate is removed, works same as above.

Also comes with a fitting sleeve to pull the drive bearing into the casing. Leave the plate on the side casing, remove the threaded bolt, fit the drive fitting sleeve to the bearing and screw in from the mag side.

MBP0618 is a extra sleeve when used with the screw and drive bearing fitting sleeve you can draw in your rear hub bearing.


Lambretta Tool, crankshaft/drive bearing extractor and drive bearing puller, MB

£ 46.57
Price: £ 38.81 Ex Vat

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Reviews ( 1 )


5 star 1. Mike 25 Oct 2019 

Great tool to add to your tool box!

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John on 07 Sep 2020 asked "Hi Mark, Does this tool also allow you to pull the crank into place. Or do I need to purchase the puller MRB0201 separately ? Thanks"

MB Scooters Ltd replied: You need MRB0201 to pull the crank in place

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