Steeda UD Pulleys are on

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The crank pulley was a bitch to get off.

Took me like 2 hours to do it.

We shall see how good of a job I did when I drive her tomorrow! :biggthump :burnout:
 

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Sounds good. My march pullies should be goin on soon. Hope it doesnt take 2 hours.
 

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Cool man, I replied to your PM asking if you had them on yet but now I see here you do :biggthump Hell, as long as you have skin left on your knuckles, two hours isnt all that bad. Quality takes time man :headbang: A shop would charge you that easy so think of the cash you saved :clap: Bet if there is a next time down the road you will R/R them in a hour or less.

How did the tools work out for you?

Did you need both pullers?

Hope you didnt forget to put a dab of sealant on the key way of the balancer :D

Now you need my programmer :lmao:
 

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Rotzs99 said:
Sounds good. My march pullies should be goin on soon. Hope it doesnt take 2 hours.
it will take 3 :p

my crank pulley wants to hard to take off. it sucked thought cuz the UPR one on there had allen bolts so i had to buy a set of allen sockets. then i put a hex key on one and used a socket on the other across from it and went at it.
 

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Rotzs99 said:
Sounds good. My march pullies should be goin on soon. Hope it doesnt take 2 hours.


Hey Rotzs. SWAP offer :dunno:

Wanna make a deal with your car alarm vs a set of my custom tinted tails?
 
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99 Stangbanger said:
Cool man, I replied to your PM asking if you had them on yet but now I see here you do :biggthump Hell, as long as you have skin left on your knuckles, two hours isnt all that bad. Quality takes time man :headbang: A shop would charge you that easy so think of the cash you saved :clap: Bet if there is a next time down the road you will R/R them in a hour or less.

How did the tools work out for you?

Did you need both pullers?

Hope you didnt forget to put a dab of sealant on the key way of the balancer :D

Now you need my programmer :lmao:
Yep needed both pullers. I was trying to find a way around the plumbing, when it popped off :lmao:

When I was wrenching the crank pulley, I thought I was going to go into the engine block!

And I did not forget the sealant on the keyway!

Not a bad install upgrade for the money! :headbang:
 

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