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Old 07-08-2004, 01:43 PM   #31
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I'd say the shoulder on your input shaft of the SC
Whoa, wait a sec...what shoulder?
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I'd say the shoulder on your input shaft of the SC
Whoa, wait a sec...what shoulder?
Nevermind, I see it. I unbolted the pulley, and thought maybe I can pull it off gently with a screwdriver. Don't try it. The shaft came out, too, with the retainer and rubber front. I was surprised it came off that easily. Kinda worries me. Anyway, I'll have pics up in a moment.
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I'd say the shoulder on your input shaft of the SC
Whoa, wait a sec...what shoulder?
Nevermind, I see it. I unbolted the pulley, and thought maybe I can pull it off gently with a screwdriver. Don't try it. The shaft came out, too, with the retainer and rubber front. I was surprised it came off that easily. Kinda worries me. Anyway, I'll have pics up in a moment.

DOH!! I almost did that recently. My pulley puller'* jaws were too thick to get in between the nose and pulley, so I had to grind the claws down thinner. After I had tried with a small prybar, then quickly decided not to pull very hard.
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The pulleys match:




So, what the hell is the deal??



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You said the shaft moved????? The INPUT shaft of the SC?
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You said the shaft moved????? The INPUT shaft of the SC?
Yep. The shaft the pulley is on.
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I tapped the shaft back in, put the retainer back on, and put it all back together. I'm supposed to be leaving on a very long trip for the entire weekend in about 30 minutes. Don't tell me something is bad wrong....
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Well, I gotta get going....wish me luck...
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Good luck!!
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That'* your problem. The shaft shouldn't be moving in and out. That'* why you're eating belts. Your washer prevents it from moving in, but nothing prevents it from moving OUT. You have a serious problem.
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