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Old 11-20-2006, 02:01 PM   #11  
sk8erdudex
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Default RE: two questions about pulleys

It's called a pulley puller and it looks like this \|/ The bolts go into the holes on the spokes of the crank pulley. Make sure you remove the crankshaft bolt prehand it's an 18mm. Keep th|e belt on while you remove the pulleys otherwise they just spin. After you get the crank bolt out. The the puller mounts onto the crank and a large bolt with a cone shaped bit on the end will push at the crank bolt hole and eventually pull the pulley out. Consider doing this mod yourself it's super easy and better than taking it to a mechanic.
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