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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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2N Rebuild Engine Pulley Question

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bobw58

10-07-2018 10:38:48




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I recently received my 9n engine back from being rebuilt. Unfortunately they engine was returned to me with the fan pulley removed. With the oil pan and front cylinder cover already attached to the block, can I push the pulley on without damaging any packing that might be in place? Also, I can not tell if the "slinger" (crankshaft oil) is already in place. Any suggestions?

Thanks for any help.

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KirkWest14

10-09-2018 04:47:15




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 Re: 2N Rebuild Engine Pulley Question in reply to bobw58, 10-07-2018 10:38:48  
When I did my 2N last winter I used the machined pulley meant for a hydraulic pump. It appeared there was no way I was going to get it on the crankshaft. After thinking about it for a whils, I put the pulley on the cookstove that was heating the garage for an hour or so. Was still tight but I could push it on by hand.



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bobw58

10-07-2018 11:05:55




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 Re: 2N Rebuild Engine Pulley Question in reply to bobw58, 10-07-2018 10:38:48  
Thanks "TheOld Hokie" for the quick response. I was hoping there was a tractor guru out there that could help.



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TheOldHokie

10-07-2018 10:54:44




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 Re: 2N Rebuild Engine Pulley Question in reply to bobw58, 10-07-2018 10:38:48  
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Yes on the pulley - it goes on after all of the other stuff. Getting the keyway in the pulley aligned with the crankshaft key can be a challenge. Filing or grinding a small chamfer on the leading ends of the keyway and putting a paint dot on the crankshaft where the key is can help in getting it started.

The oil slinger is no different than the other internals - you have to trust the paid professionals you hired to do the work for you.

TOH

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