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Sliding adjustment for easy positioning.
To push down the wishbone and other suspension parts, e.g. during the disassembly of the drive shaft, during replacing the gaiter or exchange of the wheel bearing.
After loosening the ball joint the wishbone must, in most cases, be pushed down against the bush or stabiliser tension in order to pull the joint from the support.
Very often it's here where problems arise:
- the joint wedges again in the cone after it was pressed down only briefly with a tyre lever
- the ball joint or gaiter gets damaged
- the mechanic injures himself or damages suspension parts when the tyre lever slips away
With this lever tool the work can be accomplished safely and comfortably by one person.
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