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Old 07-21-2004, 04:21 AM   #1
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After reading some Techinfo, to remove a pulley I just need to take the allen off, and get a pulley/gear removal tool correct? Any other way to cheat around this at all?
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What year engine?

The pulley on mine I pulled off with a socket set and a strap wrench!
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It'* a 1993 M62.
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I made my own puller. Just like the PB puller, but smaller. I needed it. It was a bear.
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You can brace around the pulley and use a press to push the shaft also. Sorta the opposite of a pulley I guess you could say. Just make sure you put that nut on a few turns so you don't mess up the threads.
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got a strap wrench today, i'll attempt tomorrow morning.

So i'll have to push the shaft out with some good force? Would a clamp of some kind work for that on one side of the pulley, and the nut? There are 3 legged gear pullers at the store for $10...

It'* being sold to a 95 ssei owner, so the pulley is important to me

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got a strap wrench today, i'll attempt tomorrow morning.

So i'll have to push the shaft out with some good force? Would a clamp of some kind work for that on one side of the pulley, and the nut? There are 3 legged gear pullers at the store for $10...

It'* being sold to a 95 ssei owner, so the pulley is important to me

<Needs cash
I read it and thought you were gonna try and bolt it onto your car...
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