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Ever since I have found the slide hammer with adapter, It takes less than 15 hit ANYTIME . The block of wood, magazine, chisels, etc have wasted HOURS of my time and I will NEVER use them again.

Last week I took an 86 apart that was NEVER apart and it was a plow truck its whole life(200k) and IIRC it took 8-10 hits per side to have them on the floor
I tried it and I was over 100-150 strikes with the slide hammer adapter. I used a 10 lb slide hammer.
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I tried it and I was over 100-150 strikes with the slide hammer adapter. I used a 10 lb slide hammer.
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I bought the slide hammer attachment..I haven't gotten to use it yet.after the last time I had mine apart I was inspired to get the right tool.I sure hope it works as well as I hope.
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I bought the slide hammer attachment..I haven't gotten to use it yet.after the last time I had mine apart I was inspired to get the right tool.I sure hope it works as well as I hope.
It works every bit as good as you hope it does. Lol. 3-5 minutes vs 6-7 hours for me.
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