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early B crank pully

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buzz36

03-21-2008 10:29:42




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being my 39 B is carn start the carnk pully isall be shot i have found a replacement one and will weld up the one i have onit for a spare
any idea if i can take it off while every thing is on the like radiator just want to ask before i start this prodject looking for info or tricks




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Dick L

03-21-2008 12:51:01




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 Re: early B crank pully in reply to buzz36, 03-21-2008 10:29:42  
Sorry! You will have to remove the all front end.
The radiator support will have to be removed to get the pulley off. I like to just take the weight off the front tires so they will roll ahead without any lifting. It helps to have someone to hold the drag link and yoke up as you move it out of the way and roll it back in place. It can be done without help. I never have any type of help here at home but still get r done.

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