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1755 crank pulley

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Young tractor

03-19-2014 13:56:05

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Hi guys,I asked earlier about replacing the front crank seal. I figured out the problem with the oil leak. The crank pulley is wore out. It doesn't fit tight on the crankshaft and the key way is really worn. I hope it hasn't damaged the crank. I found a new/used crank pulley and am getting it shipped. I only bought the crankshaft pulley and not the damper. I was told to make sure I get it put together correctly between the damper and the crankshaft pulley. What do they mean? Before I was told this I took the 4 bolts out between the pulley and damper and took it apart. I didn't mark it to make sure it went back together the same. So today I went out to the garage worried I lost the orientation between the two and they can only go back together one way with the alignment pegs and bolts. Did I get lucky it only goes one way? Will the one I'm getting shipped align the same way as the worn out one? I assume I can use the key way as a reference on the pulley and mark the damper at the key way on the pulley? This is on a 1755 diesel. Thanks again for all of your help. I am learning a lot.

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J. W. Schwiebert

03-19-2014 15:47:07

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 Re: 1755 crank pulley in reply to Young tractor, 03-19-2014 13:56:05  
Before you push the panic button, does your 1755 pulley have a lock plate? Two how long is the cap screw holding the pulley onto the crankshaft.?

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Young Tractor

03-19-2014 17:49:27

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 Re: 1755 crank pulley in reply to J. W. Schwiebert, 03-19-2014 15:47:07  
It does have a lock plate that has 2 bolts. The big bolt that bolts the pulley to the crank is a total of 2 3/16 long the threaded part of the bolt is 1 3/4 long. The damper is 7 1/2 inches across about 1 inch thick and the 3 grove pulley is about 5 3/8 across.

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J. W. Schwiebert

03-19-2014 18:04:40

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 Re: 1755 crank pulley in reply to Young Tractor, 03-19-2014 17:49:27  
How can I talk to you?

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young tractor

03-19-2014 18:45:15

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 Re: 1755 crank pulley in reply to J. W. Schwiebert, 03-19-2014 18:04:40  
My phone # is 763-442-4793

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