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Unread 05-26-2011, 12:14 AM   #1
TheHalfWit
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Harmonic Balancer

Well it looks like I need to replace mine, the pulley is out of alignment and that's why the belt was clunking a while back. (It stopped for 2 months after I cleaned the belt, but now its back. so today in Fuel injection 1 I asked my professor if he had any idea what it could be, he said take a straight edge to the pulleys, and sure enough the crankshaft pulley is sticking out by a hair.)

So the question is, do I need to buy anything other then the pulley? The current plan is to replace it on campus, and they have a wide selection of pullers. I know I might need to rent an installer that fits 1/2 by 20 threads. Do I have to buy a bolt for the bc, and does anyone have any tips or recommendations for installing one? (I have the 4.0 and everything I've seen says the radiator can stay installed while I'm doing this.)

I Have a haynes manual, and I plan on reading it to see what it says on the subject, but it doesn't give a nice parts listing.

Edit: I'm hoping to buy the ATP harmonic balancer, from what I've heard the doorman one isn't very long lasting.

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