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Old 01-18-2008, 09:23 AM   #1
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Hello gentlemen! ....and wimmens of course

The following is my engine and i am looking for the part number for the flat pulley highlighted here
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I was/am having a noise that i figured was a shot pulley. So i replaced both pulley'* and
both belts while i was at it. Started the car and it was still there
i believe the noise to be coming from this last flat pulley, but i'm not sure if it is the same
one as the two new ones(dayco part# 89007). the auto store didn't have any others listed so i figured I'd
stop on by here. I'd like to know if i can get the part number of a Steel replacement.
I HATE the idea of a plastic pulley, however if they only make plastic ones i will use it.

Thank you guys for your assistance,
Rubix

P.*. if you guys could please post a picture of the engine with the pulley'* and the part numbers that would kick serious butt.
I know they have one for the series 2 but couldn't find one when i did a search for series 1.
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=46

Just go to NAPA and tell them you need the 3" stock size that has the same bearing inner diameter as those listed in the article.
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sweeeeeet. thank you very much.
so is this indeed the same pulleys that go on the tensioner assembly?
dayco #89007?( 3 inch)
will the napa 38020 (which is 3.5 inches) have any problems?
I would prefer the steel over plastic. I just don't have much faith in plastic. Especially
when we talk about high stress environments. Heck i don't have much faith in them
with low stress environments.

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It may be plastic or steel. It makes no difference. The Series 2 eats plastic pulleys, but the Series 1 is not notorious for it.
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