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Honda Crank Pulley Holding Tool

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EW' started by FFADW, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. FFADW

    FFADW New Member

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    gdc2000 Noob

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    The only ones I have seen are the ones off the tool trucks and they are at least $100 minimum. You an get them from Napa and most major auto parts stores but they are expensive.
     
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    801CRX Got Rice?

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    Just use a BFS(Big Fucki'n Screwdriver)
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    feed hemp rope in the the cylinder during the compression stroke and use it as a brake for the piston.
     
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    The tool will help a lot. Tried it both ways and the tool will save time in the long run. Well worth a hundred in my opinion
     
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    Is this tool easy to use, cause right now my car is blocked in and i dont feel like moving it till i have the whole care done, you know what i mean?
     
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    F that i just whip out the good 'ol impact and hold the pulley with my hand.
     
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    so i only need one bar right?
     
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    No, two cheater bars is easiest 3-4 ft long IMO. $5 or so from Home Depot if you don't have something lying around that'll work.
     
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    ive got one....but i dont change my own timing belts anymore....i will gladly pay someone else to do that shitty job for me.
     
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    Well i have some one coming to do the head and the timing belt. so yea lol
     
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