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Old 02-11-2007, 11:15 PM   #51
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The inner race of that bearing closest to the coupler is too small to slide off the input shaft to the pulley end?

Was that shaft splined?
Yes it was. It looks EXACTLY he same as the pics posted on rollong ferformance. I pressed it off and pressed it back on
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Greg, you will have to replace that pulley. :(
It cannot be straightened and it certainly won't do it by itself.
It can be straightened!! I went back to the hobby shop today, threw the car in a bay and grabbed a torch. I started the car, held the tach ~2000 rpm. Then I took the torch, fired it up and put it up to the pulley, moving the torch vertically form the nose drive shaft to the top rim of the pulley and it straightened out!! only took about 45 seconds.
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Tell me you're joking. Please.

Do you know how much heat you just put on your nosedrive seal? And how weak that pulley is now? Please replace your nosedrive seal and the pulley ASAP. Drive the car in the meantime, but check your oil level and belt wear daily.
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Old 02-11-2007, 11:26 PM   #54
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Kidding

But it sounds like the theory would work, doesn't it

I told that to boosty on the phone as something I was thinking about doing. His response was, ah...no

AND, speaking of Boosty, he has a good OEM 3.8 that he is sending me

Thank you Boosty
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Picture Time!!!

Right after I pulled the snout off
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Rebuild Kit
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Inside housing of snout
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The the coupler on the left and the olf on the right. No Egging
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Hydraulic Press that I used for the bearings and shaft spline
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New end bearing before the seal
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The RTV
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All clean
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Is it just me or is one bolt in the puller further than the other? Looks like you might have pulled crooked
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I believe I had started to take the puller apart, then decided to take some pictures. I think.

If I pulled crooked, that would expain the bent pulley
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hey there
where did you get the snout seal at?
i have looked all over and cant find any
i called the manufactures and they said you cant replace just the seal
i know you can though...
but that'* all i need is the seal..
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Parts can be found at

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