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Re: Crankshaft Pulley

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11-06-2012 10:52:01

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I think you dropped a digit when you were typing. I assume you meant the prints said 1.1855/1.1865. I just measured an OEM pulley I took off my 51 8N with a caliper and as best I can tell it is 1.186/1.187.

I have purchased several of the 192160 pulleys from you and I pulled the last one I have off the shelf last night to send to a custiomer. He damaged the first one I sent him when he tried to install because it was so tight. As best I can tell using my calipers this one measured 1.182/1.183. I chucked it up on the lathe and barely touched it with a boring bar and it now measures 1.185/1.186. FWIW I had to do the same on the 192160 I put on my 8N a few months ago. Many years earlier I installed one of your 192160 on my 9N with zero problems. That's all I know.


PS> The 192160's all have a label on the box that says "CRAM PULLEY" :roll:

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11-06-2012 11:19:55

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 Re: Crankshaft Pulley in reply to TheOldHokie, 11-06-2012 10:52:01  
Yeah....I did drop a digit.Should read 1.1865/1.1855.I guess the reason it says cram,is because they have the wrong ID. don b

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