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N8N
05-14-2006, 08:11 PM
anyone have an extra A/C crank pulley they want to sell? I *thought* I had all the pulleys, but when I went to clean and paint all the pieces parts to go on my new engine, I discovered that the lower pulley that appeared to be the A/C pulley was an extra power steering pulley that someone had slapped on there (narrower groove, the A/C should have a wider V-belt, and I do have the correct A/C water pump pulley and tensioner) I'd like to put it on there even though I don't currently have A/C as I think I would like to add it in the future, and also I've already bought the crank bolt for an R1 with A/C.

thanks,

nate

PS - would like to add, the pulleys only go on ONE WAY... the previous owner of my car was not aware of this apparently, and got the cushions and damper 180 degrees out, poor bolts... I say 180 out because I had to hammer the damper off the bolts and the cushions were all mangled (I guess that explains the pulley wobble that was bothering me) but when checking timing with a timing light it seemed to work OK.

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Frank Starr
05-16-2006, 06:19 PM
Nate -

Jon Meyers has the straight skinny on pulleys. Don't know if he has a wide pully in stock at the moment, but he'd be the first place I'd check.

Fank Starr

N8N
05-16-2006, 06:35 PM
Thanks Frank, that's a good idea. He is pretty knowledgeable I've found, although I didn't know his expertise extended to A/C setups.

Anyone know if the diameters of the various pulley sizes are available online anywhere? Apparently my car is a mishmash of parts and the fact that I'm going to an R1 damper is only bound to make matters more confusing :)

nate

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