Crank Pulleys and crank pulley Pullers...

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Minter
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Re: Crank Pulleys and crank pulley Pullers...

Post by Minter » Tue Mar 03, 2015 11:46 pm

The engineering firm I use regrinds them there was a reason why they don't use a lathe but I can't remember why!
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Re: Crank Pulleys and crank pulley Pullers...

Post by jamba » Wed Mar 04, 2015 6:47 am

Minter wrote:The engineering firm I use regrinds them there was a reason why they don't use a lathe but I can't remember why!
It must be cause it's so hard material. I'll give it a try ;)
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Re: Crank Pulleys and crank pulley Pullers...

Post by Spiritrider » Tue May 31, 2016 7:09 pm

Hi all,

I've just come across this.

I found out I have a leak from the crank pulley area after replacing the cam pulley seal there was still a leak not realising it was the former.
I suspect the bearings are worn as there is a different sound from the engine of that area so my suspicions are probably right....

I've contacted George about the tools but seeing on here there seems to be better seals too.

Any suggestions where best to purchase bearings, seals and all??

Thanks!!!
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