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Crank pulley bolt

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Doug 13

09-21-2022 20:22:03




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Would it be ok to change slotted bolt for a regular fine threaded bolt?




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Den N Ms

09-23-2022 02:04:09




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
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Yes this great site has them.

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Den N Ms

09-23-2022 02:02:22




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
Quote: Doug 13 (quoted from post at 19:00:39 09/22/22) [quote="Den N Ms"](quoted from post at 04:05:19 09/22/22) Doug 13 , I would rather have the crank bolt than a regular bolt.
So you can use a crank to turn the engine over for tune up work such as distributor work or setting valve lash.


Yes, good idea using a crank bolt for maintenance. I think I can buy it and a crank handle.[/quote]

Yes this great site has them.
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This post was edited by Den N Ms on 09/23/2022 at 02:52 am.

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Doug 13

09-22-2022 19:00:39




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
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Yes, good idea using a crank bolt for maintenance. I think I can buy it and a crank handle.



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lha

09-22-2022 15:10:47




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
I got rid of my old Dodge when someone wanted it more than I did,but somehow kept the crank. Several days,I drove to work when it was dark in the morning,left the lights on,then to the delight of co-workers,cranked it by hand and drove home. Some teased me about the old relic,but were glad when I pulled them out of the mud after a day of rain. I live in W.Tn as well,outside of Jackson about 10 miles.

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TheOldHokie

09-22-2022 14:54:28




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
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Yes.

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wore out

09-22-2022 13:06:42




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
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''I also have a 1945 Dodge 1/2 ton truck with a crank. Maybe the crank will work in the 9N? Interesting thought..... ''

Actually, MANY cranks were interchangeable in the old days, it would be more of an ''oddball event'' to find one that WOULDN'T fit vs. one that WOULD fit, LOL!



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DMartin9N-2N

09-22-2022 12:23:04




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
Good afternoon, lha: I have a 9N, and I also have a 1945 Dodge 1/2 ton truck with a crank. Maybe the crank will work in the 9N? Interesting thought.....

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Dennis M. in W. Tenn.

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lha

09-22-2022 09:23:08




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
I have used my crank for starting my 9n several times when my battery was discharged. It works well. I used the same crank handle that came on my '48 Dodge truck.



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Hobo,NC

09-22-2022 06:52:40




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
Depending on the style pully used it may need a harden washer between the bolt hex head and pully.



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Abbby

09-22-2022 04:32:44




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
Will work just fine.



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Den N Ms

09-22-2022 04:05:19




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 Re: Crank pulley bolt in reply to Doug 13, 09-21-2022 20:22:03  
Doug 13 , I would rather have the crank bolt than a regular bolt.

So you can use a crank to turn the engine over for tune up work such as distributor work or setting valve lash.



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