CravenSpeed JCW Quick Puller Pulley Removal Tool
The CravenSpeed JCW Quick Pulley Puller has been designed to simplify the removal of the stock press fit MINI JCW supercharger pulley. The job is made easier because the stock tensioner doesn’t need to be removed to do this.
The puller winds onto the MINI JCW supercharger pulley and the bolt is used to extract it safely with no danger of damage.
Made from carbon steel, the puller is designed with the exact tooth profile to match the OEM Pulley. Due to this, it will only fit JCW MINI models.
- Best tool for removing the JCW MINI supercharger pulley.
Q. What's the difference between the JCW and Cooper S quick puller?
A. Size. The JCW runs a 11.3% reduced sized pulley so the Cooper S quick puller is too large.
- 1x Pulley Tool
Lohen offers in-house fitting for all products at our workshop in Eccleshall, Staffordshire, ST21 6JL. Here are the important things you need to know:
Fitting Cost - This is a tool to remove the supercharger pulley.
Fitting Time - This would take around 2-3 hours to remove.
Required Additional Items/Services - No additional items or services to recommend.
Lohen Recommends - No other items to recommend.
Returns and Refund Policy - Refunds are available within 7 days after delivery for products that are unused and are in original packaging. Special order goods are non-refundable. Products that are damaged in transit to or from the customer can be refunded up to 14 days after the product has been delivered. Products returned to us in imperfect, non-resalable condition will not qualify for refund. Products that are faulty due to manufacturing process are refundable under the manufacturers' warranty for a limited time specified in the manufacturer's terms and conditions. These do not apply if the product has been fitted incorrectly or misused, motorsport use could further reduce the manufacturer's warranty. If an order is cancelled or refunded the buyer is responsible for the return of the goods to such address as directed by the supplier and is at the consumer's sole expense. This does not affect your statutory rights.