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Is the bolt on the crankshaft pully right or left hand threads?

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The crank pulley bolt on most Honda engines are very difficult to loosen. Most 1/2" impact guns are just are not strong enough to loosen them. The choice is yours to either use a 3/4" impact gun, the bolt is left losey, righty tighte

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