Brake Anchor Pin Press
Safely and easily remove brake anchor pins and bushings on virtually all 16-1/2” S-Cam trailer and tractor “Q” brake systems in minutes.
- No need to remove the hub or dust shield
- Rigid C-frame with 10-ton capacity
- Manufactured from high-grade steel for strength and durability
The compact design enables the operator to service brake anchor pins and bushings while the hub and dust shield remain on the vehicle. Don’t waste your time replacing rusted, seized or broken dust shield bolts; with the 16002, you need only focus on the task at hand.
Our press utilizes a 7/8” hex drive, meaning you don’t need any specialty tools for operation. And with an included bushing removal adapter, the Tiger Tool 16002 removes both the anchor pins and the bushings.
• Commonly found on class 6-8 transportation trucks and equipment. (Kenworth, Peterbilt, Freightliner, Mack, Volvo, etc.)
• In the event you are servicing a stamped spider, a punch and chisel may be required to remove the bushing
Warning: This product may expose you to chemicals including Nickel, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Warranty & Returns
We offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty on casting, two years on machined or threaded parts and one year warranty on hydraulic components.
Our full Warranty Policy
We offer a 60 day money back guarantee should you feel as though the tool is not the right tool for you. Just be sure it's in unused condition and in original packaging.
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Small Tool. Big Work.
With such brute strength from such a small Tiger Tool, you’ll be able to service anchor pins in even the smallest of places.
One Tool. Double Duty.
The Tiger Tool Brake Anchor Pin Press not just removes the pin, but also the bushing as well. Making this tool perfect for a complete service in minutes.
Why Tiger Tool?
People identify Tiger Tool as a leader in the development of Heavy-Duty Suspension and Driveline tools, but really, this only scratches the surface of our identity.