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Old 04-22-2006, 11:25 PM   #1
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OK I picked up a 40th anni. bonnie, drove it to my moms and it died, no spark. The tec II says i need a crank triger no big deal. Well i can't get the freakin balancer off all the other ones i've done slide right off. Has any one else had this problem and if so how did you solve it. This thing is stuck at my moms 2 hours away so i can't be driving back and forth 50 times trying diffrent things, please help
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you need to use a HB puller with 3.5" - 4" bolts...



did you try that?
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where do i bolt them though there are no holes
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man do i feel dumb as a brick. Just looked at one i have off the "threads" are behind the slots.
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man do i feel dumb as a brick. Just looked at one i have off the "threads" are behind the slots.

bingo.. went thru the same thing as you...
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any one know if those are standered or metric
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6m i think
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6m i think
Some people have used 1/4" x 28 with success too. You'll need 4" long bolts at least depending on the puller.

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ok i'm digging through all my pullers and i'm thinking i'm gonna have to go find these bolts some where . any one wanna pipe in as to where to ge a 4 inch long 6 mm bolt or where i can find a puller that will work
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i rented mine from autozone and bought the bolts from menards

the bolts that come with the puller are NOT the correct ones
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