Re: easy way to change my pulley w/o a pulley puller? (Wonderwop)
OK first which pulley are you talking about.. The problem is that if you don't use the puller then it comes off crooked. Not good. It binds against the shaft and could creat problems. I have used a variety of things to pull them off though if I had to. If you really can't afford a 4" puller please let me know via IM or email. I have an el-cheapo one you could barrow ( providing I get it back in a timely manner). Use the puller, you can usually find them for ~5.00-10.00 in the cheapo type. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
Re: easy way to change my pulley w/o a pulley puller? (oldman)
my stock pulley on toffee slid off.
Didn't need it. Now the joezx6 pulley 68mm sure as hell was a beotch to get on/off, required a puller.
Not sure what to say about that,maybe the impact gun helped loosed the stocker.
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