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Old 04-20-2006, 02:10 PM   #21
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Wren iirc the 95 and the 93 have diffrent PN'* for the Dampener correct?

I ask one thing when you do the install of the new unit...

Measure the outer diameter of the 93'* crank, measure the inner diameter of the Dampener as well... Maybe the next time a 95'* goes bad somewhere we can get them to measure the crank and dampener to see what the diffrence was

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Snap On puller and IR impact = easy.
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I have two Bonnies and I've done the HB on both. Did the '89 myself, but the '96 was in the shop at the time for other things so I just had them do it as well. For the bolt on the '89 I had a huge closed end wrench with a dip in it that fit the application perfectly. I put a couple of feet of spare exhaust pipe on the end and had at it...got it off in no time.

I would imagine the SSEi is harder because of the torque mount in the way etc...
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that reminds me I need to check mine.
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Wren iirc the 95 and the 93 have diffrent PN'* for the Dampener correct?

I ask one thing when you do the install of the new unit...

Measure the outer diameter of the 93'* crank, measure the inner diameter of the Dampener as well... Maybe the next time a 95'* goes bad somewhere we can get them to measure the crank and dampener to see what the diffrence was
92 L67 is one part number.
93 L67 is another.
94/95 is another.

I still have my failed 95 L67 balancer to compare to this one. Will do.
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Just your luck....

95 working ok though?
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Bill...you should get them drunk and swap it out with one of theirs... Isn't one of them bringing a 93 SSEi...
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Just your luck....

95 working ok though?
95'* trans is going south. Fast. You'll see when you get here.

Bill, I have a 92 and a 00 coming up. No luck for midnight auto parts.
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apperently mine is going bad aswell, this thread scares me :(

how much does a new HB cost? and i assume getting a used one is out of the question when one goes?
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Never buy a used one. They're around 150 from GMPD, plus shipping. NAPA is a tad cheaper. L67 balancers won't be in stock.

My price at the dealer will probably come in around 120 or so. It'* a 2-hour 9 beer job if you've done it before.
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