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Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel?

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Dieseltech said: (quoted from post at 06:50:09 01/29/14) When I overhauled mine the pulley cam off easy with two crowbars close to the hub. The chain and tensioner were worn and needed replaced on mine.

I thought about using a couple of crow bars but was concerned I would deform the cover. When I do get it off I intend to put a couple of screw holes in it so I can remove it without a whole lot of drama.

Dieseltech, have you converted your oil filter over to a spin on?
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01-29-2014 19:46:31

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 Re: Remove crank pulley TO35 Stan Diesel? in reply to DrLoch, 01-29-2014 06:14:09  
The oil filter is still original, has not been changed to a spin on. Engine has been overhauled with new sleeves and pistons, new modified valve guides and larger Deutz valves machined to fit. Mine is an early model with the thermostart manifold. Also reworked the center block freeze plug for a block heater as tractor sometimes is used on a 5 foot snowblower.

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