Seized Bearing Removal Tool will not harm vehicle.

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By minimizing labor-intensive processes, MEGAHAMMER(TM) facilitates removal of seized bearing assemblies and associated components from vehicle chassis for maintenance and repair jobs. Product eliminates potential for vehicle damage and can be used for rotor replacement, hub and bearing work, as well as axle and ball joint service on ¾ and one-ton US-made pickup trucks with 4, 6, or 8 bolt patterns. Optional 5- and 8-bolt heads are available.

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MEGAHAMMER Cuts Repair Time

Wixom, MI (March 20, 2007) -- K-Tool International (KTI) is proud to launch the MEGAHAMMER(TM), a unique tool designed specifically to remove seized bearing assemblies and associated components from a vehicle chassis for their maintenance and repair.

Traditionally a time-consuming, unpleasant and grueling task, the MEGAHAMMER's patented design can feasibly cut repair time in half by employing a less labor-intensive process. The MEGAHAMMER is easy to use and eliminates the potential for vehicle damage, a common occurrence when using traditional methods to remove seized bearing assemblies.

The MEGAHAMMER can be used for rotor replacement, hub and bearing work, and axle and ball joint service on three-quarter- and one-ton U.S.-made pickup trucks with four, six or eight bolt patterns. Optional five- and eight-bolt heads are available.

About K-Tool International
K-Tool International (KTI), based in Wixom, Michigan, designs, develops and manufactures over 3,000 hand tools, equipment, specialty tools and accessory items. Serving the aftermarket and professional mechanic through distribution since 1984, KTI leads the market by ensuring that its products are rugged, reliable and reasonably priced. KTI has implemented a business model that combines manufacture of innovative, value-priced, high quality tools with industry-leading customer service and support. KTI interacts closely with its customers and continuously expands its offerings to meet the changes of a dynamic marketplace. For further information, visit

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