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Old 05-06-2006, 03:18 PM   #1
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Oldsman and I are planing on dropping pulley sizes. We need to find a reliable 3 jaw pulley puller for a reasonable price. Any links or recommended places would be greatly appreciated.

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autozone for free... rent it man... its not like u change a s1 pulley ever week
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NAPA sells one that won't require you to remove the coolant overflow bottle on the H body. Not sure about the Riviera though.

I own that one, as well as one I made myself that will pull a 2.55" stock 92/93 pulley. That one has done 4 pullies now.

The 3-Jaw I bought from NAPA works great. I can change pulleys in 10 minutes.
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autozone for free... rent it man... its not like u change a s1 pulley ever week
In New York autozone does not rent tools. So much for living in the big apple! LOL
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NAPA sells one that won't require you to remove the coolant overflow bottle on the H body. Not sure about the Riviera though.

I own that one, as well as one I made myself that will pull a 2.55" stock 92/93 pulley. That one has done 4 pullies now.

The 3-Jaw I bought from NAPA works great. I can change pulleys in 10 minutes.
Thanks Will! I have been looking at the NAPA website and I not very clear on which one I need. Might you have the part number for the pulley puller or a link? Thanks in advance!
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I bought it at a local NAPA. I don't know if they sell it online.

The body of the puller, not including the center bolt is about 4" long. It'* a convertible 3jaw/2jaw design.

The puller arms are zinc plated, the body is black. Arms are reversible. The only visible marking on it is "OEM25901" on one of the arms.

Go to NAPA and look at the specialty tool display. It'll be hanging there.
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picked some no name one at auto barn for $22.99.

Time for some fun
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