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Extractor Series

Series 86
Description & Diagram

Parts & Arbor Pricing


Series 100
Description & Diagram

Parts & Arbor Pricing

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 Extractor Series 86


The Series 86 consists of eight standard and three special size threaded arbors, a draw table with a set of short legs and a set of longer legs, a thrust washer and draw nut.

The standard capacity of the set is from ½ inch diameter to 2-inch diameter (Arbors #11-A through #11-H). A maximum depth of 2-½ inches can be drawn at one setting. Press fits of over five tons have been extracted with the extractor.

For larger bushings and bearings, we have special sizes available up to 2-¾ inch diameter (Arbors #11-G through #11-K).

 


Part Number

11-01

11-06

11-11

11-16

11-21

11-26

11-31

11-32

11-41

 


Part Number

11-A

11-B

11-C

11-D

11-E

11-F

11-G

11-H

11-I

11-J

11-K

Series 86 Parts List


Description

Adjusting screw

Expansion Pin (specify arbor size, 11)

Arbor (specify letter for Arbor Sizes below)

Draw Nut

Thrust Washer

Draw Table

Short Legs

Long Legs

Metal Box

Series 86 Arbor Parts List


Description

1/2" to 5/8"

5/8" to 3/4"

3/4" to 7/8"

7/8" to 11/16"

11/16" to 1-1/4"

1-1/4" to 1-1/2"

1-1/2" to 1-3/4"

1-3/4" to 2"

2" to 2-1/4"

2-1/4" to 2-1/2"

2-1/2" to 2-3/4"

Series 86 Parts List

 

Instructions


  • Select proper size arbor for the bearing to be extracted.
  • Insert draw nut (#11-16), thrust washer (#11-21) and correct length legs into draw table (#11-26). The depth of bearing or bushing determines the correct length legs.
  • Insert arbor assembly into draw nut. The smaller sizes are inserted from the top. The larger sizes must be inserted from the bottom.
  • Position the arbor for the extraction of the bearing or bushing. Slightly tighten the adjusting screw.
  • Turn the drawn nut once or twice to seat arbor. Retighten the adjusting screw.
  • Place a wrench on the arbor assembly. Do not let the arbor turn.
  • Turn the draw nut to extract the bearing or bushing.

Never use the arbor assembly as a punch