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Re: M - removing starting hand crank

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Yours may have fit. Mine DID NOT.

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07-10-2014 08:03:06

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 Re: M - removing starting hand crank in reply to rustyfarmall, 07-09-2014 06:21:50  
[quote="rustyfarmall"](quoted from post at 14:21:50 07/09/14) [quote="IAtractorKid"](quoted from post at 17:47:46 07/08/14) I beg to differ. I just installed the crank pulley
for a charlynn system on an M less than a month ago
and it will slip in without moving the front bolster
at all. In his case I think he will need to move it
forward a few inches to get that double pulley off.
Rust depending it shouldn"t be too bad of a job.

Yours may have fit. Mine DID NOT.[/quote]

Rusty what did you do to get your fan to clear the pulley on the power steering pump? Also how did you reinstall the water pump drive? Thank You.


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07-10-2014 14:24:57

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I did not install the Charlynn power steering pump. Instead, I installed a Vickers, vane style pump. I built my own mounting brackets. The belt to fan clearance was a little close. 2 of the blades had sifficient clearance, 2 did not. Go figure. I chose the easy way out, and figured that if 2 of the blades cleared, then the fan must be bent already, so I "adjusted" a little more clearance into the remaining 2 blades. I think there is supposed to be a spacer that fits between the water pump hub and the fan, but I did not have one, nor did I know where to find it.

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