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Re: 38 Twelve loose crankshaft pulley
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Peter Packard
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Hello all especially Dave, Yes, you are correct that the OEM bolt cannot "bottom out". It actually "topped out" on the crank whilst not tensioning the crank pulley. And yes, there was sufficient additional thread in the crank to resolve the stripped condition. I did have to make up a cup washer to ensure that the retention bolt did not top out on the crank. Thanks for your advice. Peter T

Posted on: 4/23 1:44
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