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Old 07-01-2005, 11:06 PM   #1
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So I'll let the pictures explain....









I don't know what to do, I did everything the instructions said to do; I'm lost as how this is going to get fixed without spending tons of money. Please help
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You'll need to spray it very well with penetrating oil, and get a gear puller (3-jaw) that you can fit in between the nosedrive and the back of the pulley shaft flange. It won't be easy.

If you fail, you'll need a new nosedrive and pulley.

I suggest www.canadiansupercharger.com

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this is such a sad pic

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The closer I look at your pics, the more I think your input shaft is bent? How does the supercharger 'feel' if you spin it by hand?
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It'* just the camera angle that makes it look like that, but I just ran back outside and it feels the same as it did before I starting to pull the pulley off.
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You silly..

It looks like you forgot to take the hex nut off the end of the shaft before you tried to pull it.
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What did you use to pull that? I HOPE that it was a supercharger pulley puller, and not a generic unit.
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I rented a pulley puller from ZZP and the instructions said nothing about a hex nut at all and it looked as if it where part of the pulley to begin with.
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There'* your problem. And I bet you boogered your threads horribly. You'll probably need a whole new nosedrive. Try a wrecker, as you can't buy individual components other than bearings and seals for these things.
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I think this proves how strong those pullers really are. Sorry 'bout the accident. Happens to the best, and worst of us.


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