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Anyone have any opinion of a good hydraulic or hand pump presses to get that they have at their houses or w.e, ive been looking for one for awhile but just never got around to actually getting one.

I dont need anything huge or crazy expensive thousand or more range, just something that will be good for home use for gear setups or just about anything id need for home garage anyways.

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Bottle jack and two bars.
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Bottle jack and two bars.
and better description than that lol
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This is all I have... plenty for what I need it for. I picked it up on sale for $89 if I remember correctly.

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This is all I have... plenty for what I need it for. I picked it up on sale for $89 if I remember correctly.

12 Ton Shop Press
does it come with everything you need to do bearings on gear and anything like that?

Sucks that now its on sale for 200 lol
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I'm working on converting my wood splitter so it will double as a press.
Just waiting to come across the last two pieces of steel.
It has a two cylinder Wisconson engine with two stage pump , so it might get the job done.
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This is basically the same thing at HF:

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All it comes with is what you see in the pictures... just the press itself and those two plates.
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This is basically the same thing at HF:

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All it comes with is what you see in the pictures... just the press itself and those two plates.
I guess for bearings, ill need a bearing splitter?

What about for u joints and ball joints?

Sockets or do they make special tools for the presses?
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