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1995 buick lesabre crank shaft pulley bent - 1995 Buick LeSabre

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Unlikely...check that it's bolted on correctly and that the damper behind it is not loose.



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Just replace it.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009


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no. But the only thing a under crank pulley performance is, is the gap and lightweight material used. You can go to custom shops and they can machine it for you under $200. dont know why you would want that. It really does not increase that much performance. But if you have the supercharged model than you can also try to look it up by other engines just like yours. Lot of cars have the same model engine. For instance

1986-1995 pontiac bonneville, oldsmobile delta royale, buick lesabre, oldsmobile toronado, buick regency. Lot of engines out there have the same specs, but might be available in performance parts under those names.

good Luck! if it's not supercharged just get the Kit!

they will customize anything from cams to harmonic balancers/crank pulleys.


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