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Old 06-22-2005, 03:25 PM   #1
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I Would much rather rent a pulley puller from a local auto parts store or hardware store. Does anyone know of any stores or chain stores that have that to rent? Otherwise I'll just rent from ZZP.

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For which pulley?
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i would imagine hes talking about the */C pulley
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i would imagine hes talking about the */C pulley
It'* probably a good guess, but I wanted to make sure. Different pullers for different applications, ya know
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Assuming it'* the */C pulley:

The local shops don't have the proper puller. They usually just have 3-jaw pullers which aren't the right thing to use for an M90. Rent one from ZZP and you won't damage anything, or try to find someone on the local CGP forums to see if anyone owns one.
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I'm sorry, it is for the */C. The Stock pulley at that, I'm going to get the ZZP modular pulley system.
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Ok. Might as well rent their puller then. I got a ZZP system and had no issues with their puller. Just use a lot of anti-seize.
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Check out the ohio GP club. Someone should help you for a few bux i'm sure.
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Ok, well thanks for the help I decided to just rent a puller from ZZP. I ordered that and a bunch of other stuff from ZZP and a few things from PFYC.com about midnight. I was cheap and went the the ground shiping on both now I just wait and wait for it all to come....

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