Couldn't find the tool anywhere to put a harmonic balancer back on. So for about $10 in material I made one.
1. A long bolt that fits into the crank.
2. A piece of 1/2-20 all-thread
3. Nut that fits the all-thread
4. A steel sleeve to reinforce the two bolts when welded together.
5. Washers/nuts to user as spacers. They must slide over the sleeve that reinforces the two other bolts.
6. If you have a "pulley installer" it will come with a thrust bearing. Not totally needed but will make installation easier.
1. Cut the head off the bolt that fits the crank.
2. Weld the cut end of the bolt to one end of the all thread. Then grind down the weld.
3. Slide the sleeve over the weld you just created. The weld seam will divide the sleeve in the middle once properly placed.
4. Weld around the sleeve at both ends. Then grind down the welds.
5. Thread the welded assembly into the crank. You may or may not have to cut the all-thread down depending on how long you need it.
6. Slide balancer in place.
7. large washer that will not go into the balancer hole.
8. then stack other washers and spacers as needed.
9. Thread 1/2-20 nut onto all thread and start pressing the balancer in place.
See the video here: www.poweraddicts.com