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fan pulley removal, screw,

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pat

04-14-2004 10:20:34




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I am trying to get the fan drive pulley off my Allis "C",,I see there is a set screw in the center, is this all that has to come out to remove this pulley, The "nut" that it is screwed into does not appear to be able to be loosened until after the pulley is off, is this correct or is there a trick to this,IO tried to loosen the nut and it felt like it started slipping, so I am soaking it with penetrating oil, I sure dont want to strip that, thanks pat

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04-14-2004 14:26:39




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 Re: fan pulley removal, screw, in reply to pat, 04-14-2004 10:20:34  
yup, the old sit back and relax mode was definatly in need, I went back out,and sure enough was able to get a wrench onthe neut, sideways but it worked, got the pulley ,thanks pat



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CHALMERSBOB

04-14-2004 14:14:57




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 Re: fan pulley removal, screw, in reply to pat, 04-14-2004 10:20:34  
IF YOUR TALKING ABOUT THE PULLEY ON THE CRANK, THEN THE NUT MUST BE LOOSENED FIRST. IT IS A LOCK NUT.
BOB



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