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Hi there, what is the name of the motor pulley of a 2002 tracker and Is this pulley pressed fit or attached with bolts?

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Which pulley? You will have a crankshaft pulley, alternator pulley, power steering pulley, A/c clutch pulley, and a water pump pulley. The power steering, A/c clutch and the crankshaft are the only ones press fitted, or difficult to remove.

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