Colin You will have to use a T-bar puller. Basically a T with the top of the T is split into two parallel bars. In the center is the screw hole and screw. The bottom of the screw goes into the center of the pulley, on the end of the water pump shaft You put a couple of long bolts into two opposite fan boltholes in the pulley. The top of the bolts go through the two parallel bars with washers to hold them in place from slipping through. tighten the two bolts to snug, equally. Then tighten the center screw, slowly. The pulley should slip right off with minimal difficulty. And you wont break the pulley, by pulling from the bottom. Hope I described the procedure in a way to be understood. I may be able to get a photo of the T-bar and how its set up. You can build a T-bar quite easily. Just need a nut welded in the center of two bars. and a long threaded bolt in the nut. Wayne
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