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1987 2.5 Duke Harmonic Balance Install by perceptionist
Started on: 07-07-2014 11:32 PM
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Last post by: trotterlg on 07-07-2014 11:52 PM
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I was not able to find anything in a search so here I am

I am just finishing the replacement of a failed fiber cam gear which I replaced with the Melling Steel/Aluminum set.

My engine also had a crank pulley which I decided to upgrade to a harmonic balance.

My question is, how do I know when the balance (or pulley for that matter) is on all the way. Is it possible to press it on too far or does it need to come flush with the crank snout?

I have been using the belt stretched across the crank pulley/balancer and water pump pulley for a visual approximation and it looks straight. I have about 1/8" to go before it is flush but I don't want to go too far.

Any advice?

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The crank snout will never come flush with the pulley. You cannot press it on too far. That is why there is a really thick washer under the crank bolt. Larry

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