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Does anyone know the Proper puller and pusher for a 2015 Chevy 2500hd Duramax? I got a "Master Set" at the parts store but the bolts are way to big to fit the the 10mm bolt hole on the from of the clutch.
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If I'm not mistaken, you just thread a bolt in there and that pushes on the compressor shaft and breaks the taper holding the clutch on. I know it's that way on a lot of clutches I've done.
 

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Hey Piper that's how its down for sure. But the Puller set that I was giving isn't the right fit. I'm needing to know the actual tool\ puller that's used. I actually got everything off. I was lucky that the clutch had backed its self out. So I didn't need the tool. But now I'm trying to press the clutch back on.
 

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Hey Guys. I got it done. Rigged something up last night and was able to install the clutch onto the shaft. M6 x50 bolt, nut and a couple of washers. Took probably twice the time the actual installation tool would of taken, if I had ever figured out what that was. But its done. Pressed the clutch onto the shaft clean and easy. Kicking on and off like a champ. If someone ever tells you just to replace the compressor don't. 80$ for the clutch and your time. Its a 30 min job with the right tools. Thanks for all the help and time.
 
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