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Old 07-07-2004, 02:49 PM   #11
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Checked your CD. Looks like a stocker to me.
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The ribs on a 94/95 don't go all the way down to the base, and the driver'* side back corner base is thicker than on a 94/95.
Cool, thanks. I have a 92/93.
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TWM, the gap between my pulley and the end of the nosedrive is 0.1400" exactly. For reference, a 1/8" gap would be 0.125". The threaded shaft sticks out of the nut holding the pulley by 0.05".
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TWM, the gap between my pulley and the end of the nosedrive is 0.1400" exactly. For reference, a 1/8" gap would be 0.125". The threaded shaft sticks out of the nut holding the pulley by 0.05".
The threaded shaft stays inside the nut by .03" on mine. Hmm...

I'd like to check the center rib to outside (SC side) dimension on the pulley. If those match, then I need to rethink the belt-tracking. On the OEM pulley, it'* .762".
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Is there an adjustment to move the idler closer to the block?
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No, there isn't. The idler and water pump should be at the same distance from the face of the block (not adjustable) and the SC pulley should be the same by default when fully tight.

Dood....I'd LOVE to see some pictures of your fiasco.
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Okay, gimme a half-hour, and I'll snap some pics. Excuse the belt-powder and oil. :P
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If you want any of these bigger, let me know. I reduced the size to post.







Hmm....does that idler look tweaked to you??
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It'* very hard to tell from those pics, but it doesn't look far enough off to be a major problem. Our gaps are very similar. I still don't understand what you needed the washer behind it for.......Did it fit too loosely on the shaft and try to walk backwards towards the nosedrive?

Mine was a perfect swap.
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It'* very hard to tell from those pics, but it doesn't look far enough off to be a major problem. Our gaps are very similar. I still don't understand what you needed the washer behind it for.......Did it fit too loosely on the shaft and try to walk backwards towards the nosedrive?

Mine was a perfect swap.
Well, come to think of it, without the washer, it'* damned near touching the housing, and the threaded shaft sticks out of the pulley around 1/8". That may be it. Maybe the hole is too big?
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