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Crank pully

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12-07-2003 08:31:13

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Before I break something, Is the crank pully held on the shaft just with the screw and locknut? It's on a "B" engine.

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Dick L

12-07-2003 10:22:01

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 Re: Crank pully in reply to CH, 12-07-2003 08:31:13  
The setscrew with locknut behind the pully is what locks in place on the key. The pully is pressed on and will need apuller to remove it. A regular three jaw puller can and some times will break the pully. I have a slotted piece of 1/4" steel slotted to go behind the pully to spread the pressure over a greater ares. If they give me much resistance I use heat on the hub at the same time as I put pressure on the puller.

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12-07-2003 10:44:12

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 Re: Re: Crank pully in reply to Dick L, 12-07-2003 10:22:01  
Thanks Dick. I've broken many a pully and didn't want to do this one. I ahve a 3 jaw but will take the time to build a puller. Got lots of time, gonna be a long winter.

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