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The way to get old stuff like that off is this....
Use a torch... oxy-actelelyene if possible but a small map gas torch will work, just takes longer....
heat the hub of the pulley but not the shaft till it glows red if possible... the hotter the better...of course not melting it..
Then walk away from the thing and let it cool down... then if possible turn it with the shaft up and soak it down with PB Blaster or another good quality penetrating spray....then let it soak in for 24 hours...
Then take a large pin or bar and a big hammer and rap the hub towards the outside of the shaft,,,if you have already swelled the shaft, you may have to file it down so the pulley can come off...a few raps with the hammer and the pulley will start to move...then lubricate ahead of it as you hammer it off the shaft....
You could also apply some pressure with the puller before you rap on the backside... any and all pressure will help...
I have used this method to remove pulleys from fans used in pig barns many times and is the best way I have found to remove them...patience is the key...
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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