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Old 03-04-2004, 02:31 PM   #1
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Do i need a pulley puller??

I plan on installing my underdrive pulley today. and i was just wondering if I need a puller to get the pulley and harmonic balancer off? Its a 2001 with an auto.
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Yes, you do, no other way to get it off.
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Thanks Rick!! I guess I'll rent one on my next day off of work.
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They don't cost that much, I forget, I just picked up a cheapo from Auto zone, like under 10 bucks I think. Tell them what you want it for, they will show you which one you need.
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Alright, Ill do that. Thanks again!!
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Old 03-04-2004, 09:51 PM   #6
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Not a problem, its not something you will really use a lot, but if you buy one, use it and put it away and you do need one again, it will be there.
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I need to get me one of those.
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Or, if you never plan on pulling any more pullies, AutoZone Rents them too. :yes:
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you can get them off without it, it's just hard. you shouldn't have to rent it, just leave your ID (sometimes they don't care, if they know you) and return it soon.
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just buy one. Its not that expensive plus you get to keep a tool that if you ever want to really do car **** later on when ur older, bam there you go.

Pullers are really helpfull in alot of areas. Id just spend the money.
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I think im just gonna buy one, as long as there not too expensive. Thanks for the help guys!!
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Old 03-05-2004, 11:40 PM   #12
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nah it will be like 20 or less.
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