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Category: Drivetrain Price: $95 Private or Vendor Listing: Private Listing Part fits: S197 Location (State/Prov): WA Item Condition: Used
FS: Polished Stock Pulleys ($95 shipped). Paypal only. PM if interested. Use thread to ask question.
1. These are the stock pulleys off my 2006 GT with less than 10K miles on them. I bought a set of 4 Billet pulleys from METCO and had these laying around.
2. I decided to play with them and see if I could get them to shine...sure enough. I used lots of sandpaper and a dremel tool to polish them. They are not perfect, as this is not what I do for a living, but they look good.
3. Will they tarnish? Once I polished them, I had them laying around for 1 month and they did not tarnish. However, they will tarnish if they get wet. I will recommend seller clear coat the area where the pulley does not make contact with the belt--which I did not polish.
4. Sorry, I will not break them up and sell them individually.
This is what I am selling now for $95 shipped:
3 - polished Iddler pulleys (#1, 4 and 6 on diagram)
1 - polished PS pump pulley [This one I got stock from another forum member) and I polished it] (#5 on diagram)
1 - polished stock Water Pump pulley (#7 on diagram)
This is what I will sell later (once polished) --different price than above
1 - polished stock belt tensioner and polished stock pulley (#9 on diagram)
1 - billet METCO stock belt tensioner pulley (not in photo). I can also sell the polished stock belt tensioner with the billet METCO pulley. I can take a pic of both later.
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