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Old 07-05-2007, 01:41 PM   #1
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I got the Kenne Bell pulley removal tool and I still cant seem to break the 10mm allen bolt that holds on the pulley. Someone please help!
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I got the Kenne Bell pulley removal tool and I still cant seem to break the 10mm allen bolt that holds on the pulley. Someone please help!


Put some ass into it.




















Or you could just cheat and put a cheater bar on the allen wrench.
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I use a 1/2" breaker bar.

From the passanger side of the car, hold the KB tool with your left hand, almost flat on the engine. Then use the breaker bar almost vertical in the air.

Pull up on the KB tool while giving a nice big pull on the breaker bar and it should bust loose.

Remember to torque the new pulley on.

If your close to Carol Stream, I can give you a hand.

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I use a 1/2" breaker bar.

From the passanger side of the car, hold the KB tool with your left hand, almost flat on the engine. Then use the breaker bar almost vertical in the air.

Pull up on the KB tool while giving a nice big pull on the breaker bar and it should bust loose.

Remember to torque the new pulley on.

If your close to Carol Stream, I can give you a hand.

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Thanx the breaker bar I used worked great, it gave me good leverage on the 10mm allen wrench.
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