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Old 09-26-2007, 03:35 PM   #21
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1996 bonnie ssei is for help I can't find the m6 bolt w1.0 pitch to remove my harmonic balancer. the noise is driving me crazy. Does anyone know where I can order them. It seems they do not come in the set with the pulley. Thanks in advance
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Harmonic Balancer...that right i said it....it turns out after a lot of research and head aces its not the supercharger, its not the air pully...it the Harmonic Balancer...any tips on working on this and any repair info i can be directed to? step by step info....?

a shop told me they would do it for like 350 bucks or so...does that seam right?

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If you can do the work your self you can save more than $ 200.00. I found the part on eBay for around $54.00 and I finally found the pulley tool to take it off also on eBay. If you are mechanically inclined you can do it yourself. You can find the correct directions on how to remove it by searching Google. com. I am outside of Chicago where do you live? It is a little bit of work but it can be done. You can also call a couple more places and see who give you the best deal. I hope this helps.
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You will need to locate 3 M6 x 1.00 bolts about 90mm long. Otherwise..it'* pretty straight forward.
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a guy form NJ has hooked me up with some really good links for both the balancer and the tool...this same guy has helped me with replacing the SC nose for a really good price...

but i will keep looking for directions and prices..

by the way...the guys name is Randy and his business is called... American Supercharger and if you come across his stuff on E-bay, he is vary legit. he was the one that found out it was the Balancer and not the SC...anybody else would have just sold me the SC to make a couple hundred bucks.

thanks for the help
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Do not use AMERICAN SUPERCHARGER!!

Check that out, and also do a search on FLOZ VERY bad stuff
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Stay very far away from him if you have money. He is the worst rip-off poor-quality vendor we've ever seen. His slimy business tactics make the Mob look like infants.

He is pure scum when it comes to dealing with customers and has joined this Forum 3 times acting like someone he isn't to drum up more business. It'* all posted here.
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Here is a link to instruction that can help you replace the HB on a 3800 engine. I also included the name of a mfg of the pulley you will need .The bolts for this project do not come in a regular pulley set. You can find this on eBay at Tool liquidator for $28.75. That was one of the cheapest prices I found and the shipping price was good.
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Lisle Tools 45300 Harmonic Balance Puller for GM
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I strongly advise everyone here to NOT use that procedure.
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Whoa...

You can get a harmonic balancer puller from most parts stores and when you return it..they refund you all the money. It'* a free loaner program that they setup to drum up more business from people that don't have all the tools.

The M6 bolts I personally bought a new set the other night at NAPA for $1.20 a bolt. If you spend $30 for bolts.. uh.. I am sorry for you.
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