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    i put mine on without an impact... have gone about 6k miles so far... nothing bad...

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    i did mine without one also but i used was a 18 in breaker bar and a pipe for leverage
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    did you use the same methods to tighten it? It would still turn the puley when my buddy was stomping on the brakes and I was turning it with a 18 breaker bar.

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    I had my wheel off so no brakes involved... just by hitting it...

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    could you use one of them pulley pullers? like the three claw rachet things?
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    How would you use that to tighten the bolt on a crank pulley? ^^ ?

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    Im sure that if you use Krazy Glue on a pulley puller then you could prolly turn it...
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    so no one has a good way of tightening the pulley without an impact gun?
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    Tighten it down with a ratchet and socket, then take the socket and put it on a breaker bar and tighten it on down with that.
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    It's pretty hard to do. Once it gets to a certain point it just turns the engine over. Put a good amount of lock tight on there and let it dry, you should be fine. I did mine without lock tight the first time. No problems for almost 3,000 miles. I redid mine with lock tight just to be sure though.
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    I just put the breaker bar on it after I had it snug and took a hammer and would hit the end of it downward to get the extra bit in there. That was over 5k ago with over 2k of those being me driving on the freeway cross country to maryland. Figure I'm good to go. but when i do get the chance, i will put a impact gun on it just for safety measures.

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    how do I get enough fucking room to get to the tensioner belt bolt? the frame seems to be in the way... also my new pulley doesn't seem to be fitting on correctly, do i need to force it?
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    ok I have my new belt and pulley installed but there is a huge humming noise.... any ideas? This is pissing me off

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    For the tensioner... I had to take off the motor mount and lift the engine a few degrees... Humming noise?umm... are the tabs on the tensioner lined up still? they loves to slip at the last second...

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