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Donnie White

02-20-2012 13:09:35
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I'm trying to change my top alternator bracket and I have to get the pulley off. Does it have a key lock in it or do I just need to use a pulley puller to get it off ?




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donnie white

02-21-2012 17:12:28
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 Re: water pump pulley in reply to Donnie White, 02-20-2012 13:09:35  
maxell your correct the pulley is pressed on . today i took the nuts off that hold the water pump on and was able to replace the alternator bracket and reinstall the water pump and top off the anti-freeze. we are back to work now and all is well. thanks for your help



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Maxwell99

02-20-2012 20:19:25
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 Re: water pump pulley in reply to Donnie White, 02-20-2012 13:09:35  
i think they are pressed on,

I would take it to a shop and have them press it off, sometimes even with your best effort, you destroy the pulley or pump.

be sure to measure the distance to the pulley from the base of pump,

so you can press it back to the same place or if you are moving the location of the pulley, you will need to know the correct distance or location as it will have to be press on to that location.

Just my two cents,

the last water pump i had replaced on my TO-35 the guys were very careful and had heavy duty press equipment.

they were ale to press the pulley off the old pump and press it onto the new pump without damage.

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