1-5/16 socket, LONG bar, counter clockwise.
Heat isn't a good idea, heat and the harmonic balancer don't mix.
As I recall you have the engine out of the car, separate the tranny from the
engine. Use something to keep the flywheel stationary when you turn the
crankshaft pulley bolt.
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> Subject: Re: Crankshaft pulley removal
> I see the washer, but it appears to be bent back into
> a recess in the pulley rather than over the bolt.
> So the bolt should come out, but doesn't seem to want
> to move. Perhaps I should try applying some heat?