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What size is the bolt on the crank pulley on a 1986 gl1200

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SOURCE: what direction do you turn the bolt on the crank pulley to remove it?

counter clockwise

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SOURCE: is the bolt on the bottom of the motor that holds

No it is right handed thread

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SOURCE: H23 92 Prelude - Crank Pulley fell off

Make sure you check timing and the belt. if it spun don't risk putting it back on. Hope you got a new key. TIMING is important so you don't stick a valve through the top of your piston

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SOURCE: is the bolt attaching the crank shaft pulley RH of

counter clock Wei's is of

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SOURCE: which way do you turn the crankshaft pulley bolt to loosen it?

what are your creative ways? We were thinking of wooden blocks to block the pully

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