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Re: Early 70 belt pulley attachment

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Ken Loewenhagen

04-01-2020 05:17:01




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Are you missing just the pulley or the pulley and the housing?




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dep

04-01-2020 09:01:43




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 Re: Early 70 belt pulley attachment in reply to Ken Loewenhagen, 04-01-2020 05:17:01  
Just the pulley. I just bought a pulley got it gone only to find I got the wrong one...

This is what I got:



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tom upton

04-01-2020 17:34:58




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 Re: Early 70 belt pulley attachment in reply to dep, 04-01-2020 09:01:43  
That isn't what your pulley slides on. That's where outer housing and a coupling couple to the shaft that your pulley slides onto. In other words you are missing some pcs. I will attempt to post some pics out of parts book for you shortly.



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tom upton

04-01-2020 18:05:07




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 Re: Early 70 belt pulley attachment in reply to tom upton, 04-01-2020 17:34:58  

This is what I found. As you can see you are going to need to find a outer housing and coupling. Probably not that hard to locate as I am thinking old style and new are same as one of these diagrams are from early and one from later 70 manual.

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dep

04-01-2020 21:34:15




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 Re: Early 70 belt pulley attachment in reply to tom upton, 04-01-2020 18:05:07  
Thanks for that info. I hadnt seen another 70 in person before. Figured the pulley just fit to the exposed splines that are there now. Now I see!

Thanks again. Now to find one.



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