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NST CR-Lite Crank Pulley, ALT & WP Kit, Feedback, Reviews, Comments

LOW AND BLOWN

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Still on it ,checking Tq's on things I post the final:top:

Test Driving Wish me luck:rock:
 
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LOW AND BLOWN

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Well after a couple of hrs and trying to break that damn bolt loose here it is. The install was not to bad maybe 5 out of 10, strongly recommend two people my neighbor helped me break loose the bolt with a breaker bar. I suck at Pics so bare with me. I removed the fan and shroud,once the pulley is of I painted the key cause I couldn't see it. Removing the belt not bad I had my laptop showing me most of the things I needed:top: And the test drv, I was a little worried but after punching it in second and the back wheels broke loose I knew it was good, first is strong second is even better, def got side ways tonight:rock:
 

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Coupe

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Did you need to pull the radiator?

Did you use engine compression to hold the pulley, while tightening the bolt?
 

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Did you need to pull the radiator?

Did you use engine compression to hold the pulley, while tightening the bolt?
Man I wish it was that easy, I had t rent a pulley puller which also had the attachments to lock the pulley down so I could get the correct Tq, And no I left the radiator in.
 

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how much did it cost you to rent the pulley puller...:dontknow:
 

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actually it was universal for steering and worked on some crank pulleys :top: least what i briefly read....glad someone got it installed tho :top:
 

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could you find a link of one that can be purchased, I used to have like 5 different Pulley puller that my father handed down and I have no clue were they are after searching for like 4 hours
 

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The puller, I understand. I am a little confused about the attachment that prevent the engine turning.
 

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You can often rent these pullers, and similar tools, at your local AutoZone, Oreilly, PepBoys, etc.
You leave a $xx deposit, rent and use the tool, and return it for a refund of your deposit.

:top::top:
 

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the truck is going in for service next week... so i think Ill just have them throw it on for me.

its pretty :top:

Brian, Im glad you got it installed.

Can you tell a noticeable difference?

Justin
 

LOW AND BLOWN

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the truck is going in for service next week... so i think Ill just have them throw it on for me.

its pretty :top:

Brian, Im glad you got it installed.

Can you tell a noticeable difference?

Justin
RPM Range is quicker, second gear stronger:top:So far thats all I tested due to rain and to many Cops
 
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