You are right that you would need to lift up the engine (and dent the bit
that gets dented beneath the heater case) to get the pulley on again and it
would also be difficult to get it torqued up.
Unless anyone has a different experience that is.
In a message dated 02/12/99 15:30:55 Pacific Standard Time,
<< Would it help to leave the crank pulley off and install it afterwards?
Or would that not help because the engine would have to be lifted up so
high to install the pulley that it would be stuck again? >>