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Old 04-02-2005, 12:27 AM   #1
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How?? Working on Fantastic88'* 97 LSS tonight.....And I need to know how that pulley comes off....and how it goes on. And will I need any special tools???? I'm pretty sure it'* the same way as a Series 1....but wanna make sure. Thanks
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its not hte same way... its press fit...

you need a special puller...
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its not hte same way... its press fit...

you need a special puller...

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Your best bet is to go over to www.mncgp.com/forum and find someone near you (shouldn't be hard -they are practically a dime a dozen there in the TC'*) with a puller.
Just don't ruin the stock pulley using the Series I pulley.
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what kinda puller??? I have a 4" jaw puller...Like what I used on my car to pull my pulley off when me and Fantastic88 installed my pulley and coupler. Will that work?
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what kinda puller??? I have a 4" jaw puller...Like what I used on my car to pull my pulley off when me and Fantastic88 installed my pulley and coupler. Will that work?
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The OEM pulley is pressed on with tremendous force, up to a .002" press fit, resulting in more than six tons of pressure required to remove it. Through use and development, Pulleys Boys designed the three-bolt puller tool to be the toughest puller tool available.
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Ok, so what are the odds that I can find that available tommorow here in the cities?
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Ok, so what are the odds that I can find that available tommorow here in the cities?
I bet you should be able to find one.
If you are up for cruisin tonight head up to Wendy'* on University Ave -alot of the MNCGP guys and gals hang out there every weekend.
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hrmmmm....doubt thewy have them in their trunks though....LOL....Fantastic88 said he'd get on MNCGP tommorow night or something and see what he can dig up...otherwise we'll have to wait until next weekend I guess.
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How har dit is to swap the superhcarger pulley on a series 1, i have the pulley but i want to put it on right. Thanks
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