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    Default removing crankshaft pulley on 755

    trying to strip down engine for rebuilding. having trouble removing the crankshaft pulley. the FSM says to remove the bolt and washer and use a 2 jaw puller. having done that, I went to a 3 jaw puller and tighten it to the point of shearing a few bolts right off the puller. still no luck! I tried tapping with hammer while tightening the puller and even heated pulley with torch.
    did anybody else have this kind of problem, if so, how did you overcome it. any help would definitely be appreciated.

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    Default removing crankshaft pulley on 755

    trying to strip down engine for rebuilding. having trouble removing the crankshaft pulley. the FSM says to remove the bolt and washer and use a 2 jaw puller. having done that, I went to a 3 jaw puller and tighten it to the point of shearing a few bolts right off the puller. still no luck! I tried tapping with hammer while tightening the puller and even heated pulley with torch.
    did anybody else have this kind of problem, if so, how did you overcome it. any help would definitely be appreciated.

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    Default Re: removing crankshaft pulley on 755

    I have done 3 or 4. I used a good 3-jaw puller after loosening
    the bolt. I put the center screw of the puller on the head of
    the bolt. After tightening the puller, I whacked the puller
    with a hammer. Only once. Is your puller acting on the head
    of the bolt?

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    Elite Member dfkrug's Avatar
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    Default Re: removing crankshaft pulley on 755

    I have done 3 or 4. I used a good 3-jaw puller after loosening
    the bolt. I put the center screw of the puller on the head of
    the bolt. After tightening the puller, I whacked the puller
    with a hammer. Only once. Is your puller acting on the head
    of the bolt?

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    Default Re: removing crankshaft pulley on 755

    yes, I did it exactly the way you decribed it and it did not budge. as for whacking it, I did hit it but was afraid I might damage something. I also used PB blaster. no luck. I'm now in the process of making a fixture to use a bottle jack. maybe that will work.

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    Default Re: removing crankshaft pulley on 755

    yes, I did it exactly the way you decribed it and it did not budge. as for whacking it, I did hit it but was afraid I might damage something. I also used PB blaster. no luck. I'm now in the process of making a fixture to use a bottle jack. maybe that will work.

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