1933-34 Colson Cog

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Phattiremike

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
May 16, 2016
2,149
Dahlonega Ga.
I need the rear steer cog, it's stuck and wont come off even after penetrating fluids for about 6 days. A chain whip was made from a skip tooth chain and it still wont budge. Going to try heat today but afraid it may brake so I'm looking for a cog.

I posted in the wanted arching looking for the cog just in case we broke it. It looks tapered, I’m told a Pullman arm puller tool and some heat should work, so is it pressed on?

Mike

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tech549

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Feb 9, 2014
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attleboro falls, United States
yes mike its pressed on to a tapered shaft that has a keyway,you can pick up a puller at any parts store pretty cheap,used this on mine and worked great.
 
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