Threads must be clean and well lubricated at all times. Do not use over a 1⁄2” impact wrench—doing so will void warranty.
- Remove clevis pin from the end of the slack adjuster with the Tiger Tool 10501 Brake Clevis Pin Press. Remove the slack adjuster rod from the slack adjuster with the Tiger Tool 10502 Slack Adjuster Rod Pin Press.
- Select the bent or straight arm and attach to the main puller body with the 1⁄2” x 1” bolt supplied. Do not tighten at this time. Note: straight arm is for older style Haldex slacks. The bent arm is for newer angled and/or offset Haldex slack adjusters.
- Back out the forcing screw, slip the puller onto the slack adjuster. Align the tip of the forcing screw with the center of the s-cam.
- Secure the selected arm to the slack adjuster through the clevis hole using supplied 1⁄2” x 2 1⁄2” hardware.
- Tighten 1⁄2” x 1” and 1⁄2” x 2 1⁄2” bolts to securely mount the puller to the slack adjuster.
- Turn the forcing screw by hand or with an impact wrench.
- Hold the puller and slack adjuster to keep it from falling to the ground.
With all the care, craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into every Tiger Tool product, you can be sure you’re choosing a product that’s built to last and engineered to perform. Tiger Tool offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty on castings, two years on machined or threaded parts and one year warranty on hydraulic components.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this tool adjustable? Yes. The new and improved design accommodates the removal of virtually all haldex self-adjusting slack adjusters including, left offset, right offset and standard elongated arm designs from either side. The arm length is 2.41″ long.