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I need to pull the crank shaft pulley what do i use a gear puller?

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Its best to use a puller, you can borrow a set from autozone. Spray penetrating oil and let sit for 30 mins before using a puller!!

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  • douglasfrase Oct 06, 2010

    GARYca you wouldn't happen to know what the metric size bolts that go into the pully are?

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