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Long story short it works. I used it today on a hyundai. I used a lot of anti-seize on the force screw. . and I was able to get the whole job done. The threads on the screw look pretty trashed, but it still works. Screw will probably strip out if I use it again.

I seen reviews about the force screw not being so hot, which I agree. If you where to spend whatever on another force screw from a "hubtamer" or the like of high quaility this kit is perfect for doing bearings without a press.
Of course you can press out the flange (easily hammer out), but you can use this tool to get it back in.
 

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Is the screw normal threaded or ACME (square shoulder) threaded?

I just got a HF split bearing puller yesterday and the main screw was ACME threaded, much to my shock. That should hold up pretty well, and has, for the two things I needed it for.
 

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I just used the same set to do the bearings on a 1996 Nissan 200sx. I lubed it up with lots of anti-seize and used my Harbor Freight electric impact wrench on it. It worked, and my threads look just fine. I hit the bearing a couple of times with a hammer to get it started before using the bolt.

The threads that came on my bolt are the normal kind, not square.
 
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