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i need some tuips!

Discussion in 'Other Vehicle Discussions' started by teamBattleTek, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. teamBattleTek

    teamBattleTek New Member

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    dO ANYBODY KNOWS HOW TO TAKE OUT A TIMEING BELT OFF A B18C GSR WITH THE CAM GEERS OUT? i NEED TO TAKE OUT THE PULLY BUT i GOT NOTHING TO HOLD THE CRANKSHAFT IN PLACE.
     
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    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    ive only done a timing belt 2 ways on a honda.

    a) use the timing belt tool (you can get it from honda or snap on, but both are WAY too expensive).

    b) use an impact and pray.


    usually b takes some time cause that nut never wants to come off, and then when it finally does come off.....how are you going to get it back to the right torque.......thats the question that has plagued back yard honda freaks for years.

    my advice is go to the dealership and buy the tool if you want it done right (i even broke down and did it).
     
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    hosmer I made the millionth post VIP

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    -wow






    theres also a hole in the tranny where you can see the flywheel...have someone bind it up with a prybar and hit the crank bolt with a big fuckin pipe on your breaker bar (last resort)

    go easy or you'll snap the bolt (fucked)
    -heat it up if you can
     
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    Celerity Well-Known Member

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    Impact is the only way. You use pry bars and you'll break the pulley more than you'll get that bolt out.
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    feed hemp rope into the #1 cylinder during the compression stroke.
     
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    Celerity Well-Known Member

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    That's complete shit man.
     
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    phyregod !!YTINASNI

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    No way in hell I'd try the "rope" trick.

    Impact ftw.
     
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    If you smoke the rope first, you might believe it works :shrug:
     
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    hosmer I made the millionth post VIP

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    put a breaker bar with the socket on the crank bolt and position the bar so it is to the left of the pulley and resting on the ground


    then, try to start the car
     
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    i would love to see someone actually try that :lol:
     
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    TheManRSW TheManRSW

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    Turning the car over with a breaking bar on it will not work with Hondas...it will actually tighten the bolt or break it (works on chevys though). Your best bet is to use the tool from Honda or snap-on...that's why they make them.
     
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