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  • JT Dampner on Short Crankshaft

    Have any engine gurus used a Jet Thrust vibration damoner on a standard (short nose) crankshaft? The dampner extends past the nose of the crank; however, w/ the correct crank bolt it seems to have snugged up OK and the end play has not changed. Also, would there be any problem adding a pulley onto the dampner (for a second - power steer'g - belt?? The two would leave about 1 1/2 inch overhang (past the crank nose).
    Any experiences/opinions are appreciated.
    Thanks for all past and future help, Paul K

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    Not a great idea, there is a reason they lengthened the crankshaft nose. Why put an R Series Dampener on it? If you need it for a Supercharger it will not be strong enough, if it's not going to run over 5000 RPM or have a Supercharger, you don't need it! [:0]

    StudeRich
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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