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crankshaft pulley removal

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rich o

04-06-2012 19:04:50
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any tips on removing the crankshaft pulley from my massey 65, when i try to break the nut , the crank turns as well, were would i stabilize the shaft to remove the nut?




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El Toro

04-08-2012 06:22:00
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to rich o, 04-06-2012 19:04:50  
Use a piece of oak to jam the crankshaft from turning. Then use an air impact to loosen the nut. Hal



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JOHNNYfromMI

04-08-2012 12:01:05
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to El Toro, 04-08-2012 06:22:00  
Some have left hand threads!



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showcrop

04-07-2012 10:14:34
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to rich o, 04-06-2012 19:04:50  
I have put a long wrench on it and then hit the other end of the wrench with a hammer.



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Jerry/MT

04-07-2012 10:08:17
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to rich o, 04-06-2012 19:04:50  
Put the tractor in gear and then use a puller on the pulley after you remove the nut.



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El Toro

04-07-2012 08:34:49
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to rich o, 04-06-2012 19:04:50  
Use a 6 point socket and an air impact wrench that's been mentioned. Use a 3/4 impact if you have one. Hal
PS: Make sure you're turning it CCW to loosen.



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greygoat

04-07-2012 08:12:06
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to rich o, 04-06-2012 19:04:50  
Any time I've tried to take that nut off, I've
put the transmission into gear!



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JMS/.MN

04-06-2012 20:41:47
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to rich o, 04-06-2012 19:04:50  
Is there room to get in with an impact wrench?



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rich o

04-07-2012 04:24:05
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-06-2012 20:41:47  
yes block is nearly stripped down, just when i try to remove bolt ,the crankshaft spins as well, were would i 'wedge' something to stop rotation of shaft. i see some small bore holes in the fly wheel that could possibly do the trick but i wanted to know how the experts do it



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MFJohn

04-09-2012 04:20:08
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 Re: crankshaft pulley removal in reply to rich o, 04-07-2012 04:24:05  
If you"ve pulled the oil pan, jam a 2 by 4 between the crankshaft and the block so it can"t turn.



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