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What is needed install steeda pullies. When I did the T/A I needed an impact wrench to get the crank nut off...is this going to be necessary again? What about the other pullies.
 

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2971, no need to change the alternator pully as it is the same size. On the water pump just unbolt it before you take the belt off. The crank bolt will come off with a breaker bar from under the car provided you have the car in 5th gear with hand brake applied. Remove the washer under the crank bolt and then pull the stock crank pulley off with a three bolt puller that Auto Zone loans out. Don't forget to apply hi temp sealer in the crank shaft keyhole before putting the Steeda pully on. Remember the Steeda bolt supplied with the pulleys is used just to partially press the pulley on. Don't bottom it out.

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Can someone give me the steeda pulley part or kit number for our cars? Gonna order them this week.

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On 2002-01-08 08:01, TrueBlueBullitt wrote:
2971, no need to change the alternator pully as it is the same size. On the water pump just unbolt it before you take the belt off. The crank bolt will come off with a breaker bar from under the car provided you have the car in 5th gear with hand brake applied. Remove the washer under the crank bolt and then pull the stock crank pulley off with a three bolt puller that Auto Zone loans out. Don't forget to apply hi temp sealer in the crank shaft keyhole before putting the Steeda pully on. Remember the Steeda bolt supplied with the pulleys is used just to partially press the pulley on. Don't bottom it out.

John

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When you say hi temp sealant, do you mean like gasket sealer or something else? I'd also like to know the part number is anyone has it. Thanks.
 

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The Steeda part number is: 701-0002
and high temp sealant is like Ultra Black RTV.




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