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Old 07-28-2012, 04:11 PM   #1
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Wobble in my pully?

Rams like my PS pully wobbles a little bit and something has started to pale a noise?? What can I do
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Trust that some of those words are just misplaced like ”pale” and ”rams” lol
If any pulley wobbles shutters shakes shimmies or does the tango it's time to replace
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Rams like my PS pully wobbles a little bit and something has started to pale a noise?? What can I do
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Yes, I do too. I think I've worn out 2-3 computer mouses doing edits.
I just put that up because we have had several posts in the last few weeks by various users that I couldn't make heads or tails out of. No offense meant to anyone, I just wish they would make sure their posts are decipherable.
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Yes, I do too. I think I've worn out 2-3 computer mouses doing edits.
I just put that up because we have had several posts in the last few weeks by various users that I couldn't make heads or tails out of. No offense meant to anyone, I just wish they would make sure their posts are decipherable.
Yeah sorry my phone auto corrects and it really torques me off..

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What's a pully cost? Lol how do you spell pully?
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Yeah sorry my phone auto corrects and it really torques me off..

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What's a pully cost? Lol how do you spell pully?
Pulley lol...honestly im not sure if you can just change the pulley on a ps pump you may need the whole kit'n'caboodle..
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Pulley lol...honestly im not sure if you can just change the pulley on a ps pump you may need the whole kit'n'caboodle..
yes you can change it. you actualy have to remove the pulley to get the pump off. but you need a pulley puller.
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yes you can change it. you actualy have to remove the pulley to get the pump off. but you need a pulley puller.
Ahh....ok then yeah either a pulley puller or a really big hammer will work
But in this case I think it may not be the pulley itself?...a wobble from a pressed on pulley has to be internals of the pump er some sniz right?..
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Ahh....ok then yeah either a pulley puller or a really big hammer will work
But in this case I think it may not be the pulley itself?...a wobble from a pressed on pulley has to be internals of the pump er some sniz right?..
yeah... probably more internals. the bearings are inside.

if it wobbles it is cause the pulleys bent. which is possible if you pull the pulley without the proper puller. and i learned that from experience. but it wouldnt cause any noise except from the belt unless the wobble is affecting the internal bearings.
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yeah... probably more internals. the bearings are inside.

if it wobbles it is cause the pulleys bent. which is possible if you pull the pulley without the proper puller. and i learned that from experience. but it wouldnt cause any noise except from the belt unless the wobble is affecting the internal bearings.
Who knows why she wobbles lol little too drunk
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Who knows why she wobbles lol little too drunk
maybe just you are wobbling then? lol
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yeah... probably more internals. the bearings are inside.

if it wobbles it is cause the pulleys bent. which is possible if you pull the pulley without the proper puller. and i learned that from experience. but it wouldnt cause any noise except from the belt unless the wobble is affecting the internal bearings.
Well I probably need a new belt
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Re: Wobble in my pully?

P.S. DO NOT use anything other than a power steering pump pulley puller/installer or damage will occur.

Voice of experience and a few broken pumps and pulleys.


On my very first one I was convince that because the front of the pulley had flat spots for a wrench it was threaded on there. It wasn't, one new pump and pulley later it was fixed.
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P.S. DO NOT use anything other than a power steering pump pulley puller/installer or damage will occur.

Voice of experience and a few broken pumps and pulleys.

On my very first one I was convince that because the front of the pulley had flat spots for a wrench it was threaded on there. It wasn't, one new pump and pulley later it was fixed.
Ah yes they proper puller is a must!..I was joking about the big hammer
For instance the harmonic balancer on my BB needs to be installed with an installer not like old school dudes using a 2x4 and small sledge on SB's you'll F up the main bearings that way:/
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Yeah. I tried to use a big 3 jaw puller. And instead of pulling it off, it just bent it really bad.
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Oreily loans the puller for free. I you wait they will do it for you.

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Oreily loans the puller for free. I you wait they will do it for you.

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Funny thing about loaning tools is I went to buy some node lights and the dude said just loan them and keep them cuz it was cheaper then buying them individually!..lol..
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Ah yes they proper puller is a must!..I was joking about the big hammer
For instance the harmonic balancer on my BB needs to be installed with an installer not like old school dudes using a 2x4 and small sledge on SB's you'll F up the main bearings that way:/
I knew you were, I was just afraid someone else may not.


Yep, most people won't stop to think that they are pounding on the thrust bearing.
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Buying a new pump all together..
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It doesn't come with the pulley normally.
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Yeah u will still need the puller/installer
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Yeah u will still need the puller/installer
Ware can I get the pulley? Can you post a link
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call these guys during normal buissness hours for a used one.they have 20 acre mustang boneyard and are a site sponsor.

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