Ken Tool KTHSI0510 Pro Super Hub Shark User Manual

Parts list, Pro super hub-shark, System safety and use instructions

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Safety Instructions

Warning – Never apply force to the tool that will cause the jaws or body to bend or
distort. Serious injury may result. If the jaws or the body of the tool begin to bend or
distort, stop immediately. Relieve some of the pressure on the tool by backing off the
screw. Then strike the large nut on the back of the tool with a soft-faced hammer to
break it loose.

Warning – Never use damaged or sprung components or tools. Damaged parts can
cause injuries. Inspect components before each use. Discard and replace damaged

Warning – Always wear safety goggles that comply with OSHA regulations when
using tools or in an area where tools are used.

Warning – Always use a soft-faced hammer when striking hardened surfaces.
Surfaces can chip and cause severe eye damage. Caution - Well lubricate the center
screw. Damage to components may result if the screw is not lubricated.

Pro Super Hub-Shark


System Instructions, Standard Bearing Removal

1. Well lubricate the center screw and the thrust bearing of the Hub-Shark every

time it is used.

2. Lift the vehicle so that both front wheels are not bearing weight.

Keep the tires close to the ground.

3. Remove the front wheel and brake caliper.
4. Remove the brake rotor.
5. Remove the axle nut. Check for washers, snap rings, etc. and remove.
6. Remove the steering knuckle from the lower control arm.
7. Push the drive shaft out of the steering knuckle.
8. Select largest main screw and large nut that fits the drive shaft hole. Place the

thrust washer between the body and small nut. See figure1.

9. See figure 1. Position the Hub-Shark puller with the center screw through the

hub and the jaws behind the hub flange or the trapped rotor resting against the
knuckle or the dust cover. Keep the center screw as square as possible.
On some vehicles, the jaws may be resting on bolt heads. Place the HPA Adapter
on the center screw behind the hub and ahead of the large nut. Use the larger
HPA Adapter for domestic vehicles and the smaller adapter for international
vehicles. See warning of excessive pressure applied to the tool.

10. Turn the small nut on the Hub-Shark puller with an impact wrench, while

holding the large nut with a wrench. The hub will move out of the bearing and
onto the center screw.

11. Check for snap rings holding the bearing.
12. See figure 2. (See step 15 for oversized bearings.) Select a sleeve and adapter

that are slightly larger than the bearing. Put the center screw through the adapter
and bearing. Place the remover behind the bearing on the center screw with the
large nut. The adapter and sleeve form a cup and the bearing will be pushed from
the back into the cup by the center screw, remover and nut. Turn the small nut
with an impact wrench, while holding the large nut with a wrench. Some sleeves
have notches to clear lands on the knuckle.




3. Installing Bearing

2. Removing Bearing

1. Pulling Hub and Trapped Rotor