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removing a crank pulley
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anth61
Posted 2020-07-03 4:44 AM (#600454)
Subject: removing a crank pulley



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wanting to replace the crank pulley on my non power steering 58 Plymouth
Will removing upset the internal harmonic balancer or is it a simple unbolt and replace?
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Viper Guy
Posted 2020-07-03 9:00 AM (#600456 - in reply to #600454)
Subject: Re: removing a crank pulley



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Should be an easy removal. Might be stuck a little due to age and corrosion
But will come off independent of the harmonic balancer.
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57chizler
Posted 2020-07-03 1:06 PM (#600466 - in reply to #600454)
Subject: RE: removing a crank pulley



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If the pulley/damper are one-piece, it's important not to remove it with a claw puller, this can damage the internal damper. Use only a puller that threads into the holes in the pulley as shown in the FSM.



(Puller.PNG)



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