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Old 12-24-2005, 02:59 AM   #11
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Does anyone have the GM PN for this? (steel not plastic)...im sure i can get it cheaper and much quicker from work if i know the PN
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Don't go steel on a Series 1. I've seen two steel pulleys fail recently. But not plastic.

Harofreak **** one in his 95, and driverjohn did too in his 92. If you order from pulleyboys you have the option. ZZP has plastic. I don't know what INTENSE sells.
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Don't go steel on a Series 1. I've seen two steel pulleys fail recently. But not plastic.

Harofreak ***^ one in his 95, and driverjohn did too in his 92. If you order from pulleyboys you have the option. ZZP has plastic. I don't know what INTENSE sells.
Thank, that is good to know BUT what about a PN like i said if its just a factory Gm pullry then i can get it from work cheaper (Employee dicount) and faster

Dont for get i work at a GM dealer
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All I can tell you is that it'* posted here. I recall Brian from PulleyBoys posted it himself.
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All I can tell you is that it'* posted here. I recall Brian from PulleyBoys posted it himself.
Really?, I think I'd have a better chance at pulling the # out of my *** then finding it in the search (I really am no good with the search :( ) However ill give it a try you never know maybe ill get luck
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for my mods we were originally talking about what cat did you guys get the custom or the universal and what product number from magnaflow was it if you could help me out

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also does zzp have a pully for the series one engine?
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yes, they do....
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Don't go steel on a Series 1. I've seen two steel pulleys fail recently. But not plastic.

Harofreak ***^ one in his 95, and driverjohn did too in his 92. If you order from pulleyboys you have the option. ZZP has plastic. I don't know what INTENSE sells.
I was wondering why is it that the plastic pulleys are better than the steel ones. I was going to order a steel one. I would like to know why is it that the plastic ones are better for a series one supercharged than a steel one. Please explain to this ignoraimous
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Because I have two steel pulleys here. One from Harofreek'* 95 SSEi, one from Driverjohn'* 92 SSEi. Both failed prematurely. Within a month or two.

I've never seen a plastic pulley fail until well over 100k.

The warning was to play it 'safe' until we see more or less failures with the Steel pulleys.
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