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Old 11-20-2012, 12:36 PM   #271 (permalink)
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We kept testing until we found one that fit. I can't remember exactly which thread size we used. Maybe toytec could chime in on this as he recently installed his...

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Been delayed on the install for these past 2 days now due to this. Tried almost every bolt but all of them are either too small if not they only thread in for the 1st two turns then jams.
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Old 11-20-2012, 03:23 PM   #272 (permalink)
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Been delayed on the install for these past 2 days now due to this. Tried almost every bolt but all of them are either too small if not they only thread in for the 1st two turns then jams.
You can get a Loan a Tool from Autozone. This tool will put the new pulley on. It will not remove it. It also has the bolt that will fit into the supercharger.

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Wend to ASAA Racing in Houston. They got it out. I had messed up the threads so they had to re-tap it.
I took alot of pics and posted them here of the S/C install

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Did you see what tool they used to remove the pulley?
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Did you see what tool they used to remove the pulley?
It was a 3-jaw pulley puller. I didn't get to see what brand but the quality was noticeable compared to my rent tool at o'Reilly's that broke a jaw. He just used an impact drill and came out in no time. To install it, it looked like he used a Stud sorda of tool with a nut on one end. These are the only pictures I got. In one pic he's re-taping the threads as I had stripped them out.



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That looks like a seal remover set.

Impact is always the way to go as the quick pounding doesn't put as much torque on one specific bound up spot of the bolt (in your case the cross threaded section).


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Whatcha waiting for Tech, go on and get you a charger.
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Trust me its been in my mind constantly but with the economy the way it is right now and seeing businesses shutting down left and right here I've been stuffing under my mattress.

The other thought of paying for it would be to sell my Lexus and just use the money to do that so I'm not out of anything at all. That's the one that is getting me


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I hear ya. Thought about selling the Civic and doing the same, but I just can't bring myself to do it.
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Yeah that's why I haven't done it yet. The pure labor that has gone into my car and cost would be a loss big time but the thought of having a blown daily excited me


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Did you ever get the stock sc pulley off for that asp pulley? If so which puller did you use? Thx
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^^^ No. I decided not to install it since I already have the other two pulleys. My goal is to run high 11s without using all three pulleys.

A heavy duty jaw puller is what appears to work good on the crewmax. I tried a 2 ton one and it did not budge.
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Wow...this is even when it's cooled? Can you use an impact wrench on it or not enough room? I'm thinking of getting the asp pulley but the install kind of shy me away lol
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I called asp today and they ran out of the sc pulley. They just sold all their lot of stock to a dealer (20 sc pulleys). WTH?
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