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Has anyone seen this happen? (pic)

I was trying to remove the damn thing by putting bolts in the holes to keep it stationary.


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Doesn't look like those holes were threaded.

Should have used a 3-jaw puller, bro.
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Doesn't look like those holes were threaded.

Should have used a 3-jaw puller, bro.


I need to keep the pulley stationary while removing the bolt that holds it onto the crank. There is no special tool for this particular crank pulley.
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That's why you use an impact wrench to take the crank bolt off.
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thats why you rotate the cylender 1 to BDC
feed a bunch of clean rope into the spark plug hole until the motor jams.
Works like a charm to get that PITA bolt off.
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I didn't have an impact wrench at the time and there is no way in hell I do that rope trick.
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I need to keep the pulley stationary while removing the bolt that holds it onto the crank. There is no special tool for this particular crank pulley.

On toyotas, the prescribed procedure for that is to remove the flywheel cover, and jam a bigass screwdriver in the teeth.
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On toyotas, the prescribed procedure for that is to remove the flywheel cover, and jam a bigass screwdriver in the teeth.

If my friend's impact wrench didn't work, I would have done that as a last resort.
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I didn't have an impact wrench at the time and there is no way in hell I do that rope trick.

Why? Rope isn't going to harm anything in the cylinder.
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Why? Rope isn't going to harm anything in the cylinder.

Rope might not hurt your anus if you feed it into there either, but I still wouldnt do it.
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I didn't have an impact wrench at the time and there is no way in hell I do that rope trick.

5 Hondas (1 civic, 1 del sol and 3 accords) all say, "don't be a pussy, this guy sounds legit."

I actually have a piece of tube I keep around to help thread the shit in, lol.

edit: FWIW it doesnt even scrape the carbon in the piston head
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