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Cant get crank pully bolt out.Does it turn same as pully or oppisite?

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It turns counter clockwise. You have to find something to lock the Harmonic balance wheel with so you can get enough torque on it to get it free. I use an Impact wrench but you can use a long "Cheater bar" about 3 feet in length or they sell a hammer driven impact that fits sockets you can use. You put the socket on it and set it for the proper direction place the socket on the bolt head and hit the rear of the device with a 2.5 lbs hammer a few times to get it to break free. Not much fun if you miss but it will get the job done.

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Opposite but the torque on there is extremely high, you are going to need a good breaker bar, block the flywheel with a strong screwdriver.

Posted on Jul 05, 2011

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