The tool kits also contained a short flexible hose to be attached to the grease guns for rountine lubrication of the chassis. The early ones had a bronze woven exterior. The later ones had the brass hose plated with Cadmium. Bronze – Woven Grease Gun Hose for the early cars
The 275s and 330 GTCs had changed to a rear mounted transaxle with independent rear suspension. The rear hub puller supplied in the tool kits consisted of five pieces: the Tommy bar, the screw, the cross bar and the two mounting screws. Rear Hub Puller Set.
The Rudge – Whitworth type hubs use regular machine – type bearings and require a hub puller to remove the brake drums or discs. Two size were common to most Ferraris. The R.W. 42 design was used on most of the cars, while a smaller R.W. 32 design was used on the 275s and the 330 G.T.C.s. R.W. 42 Hub Puller
Two types of grease guns were used for the 250 series cars. The type with the lathe turned handle was appropriate for the inside plug 250s and most of the earlier cars. The very early cars probably used something similar, but perhaps from a different manufacturer. The late, outside plug 250s and other later cars used the grease gun with the flat, cast handles. Late Grease Gun for 250s and later cars with the flat, cast handle.