Well now I see the problem. I never could get the front pulley bolt off of
any engine with the pan on. You gotta take the pan off then place a tuba-4
between the first crank throw and a stout portion of the block before you start
pounding away with the half inch air impact. If you don't already own a set of
six point air-impact sockets now would be a good time to buy them. Sears
should have air-impact sockets in stock for a reasonable price. I also
recommend soaking the bolt in penetrating oil. Kroil is really great stuff, and
I have previously used it with excellent results on some really large rusty
nuts and bolts, but any decent penetrating oil is better than no lubrication at
Mark Eginton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
This weekend I plan to pull the pan (gotta do it anyway), use a 2x4 to lock
the crank and I plan a WWF smackdown - wish me luck...
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