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1 Cheap Crank pulley on 9th December 2014, 11:18 am

Mr B

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Bob done a thread on whacking together a quick crank pulley.
For those without welders or want of fabrication a cheap & very usable/adaptable puller for light home use can be had for less than £8 posted to your door.
Link to original thread & eBay item below>
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/13PC-HARMONIC-BALANCE-PULLER-HEAVY-DUTY-STEERING-WHEEL-GEAR-SHAFT-CRANK-PULLEY-/360960087033?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item540ae5d3f9

http://www.gtir-motorsport-club.com/t3224-crank-pulley-puller-how-to-make

2 Re: Cheap Crank pulley on 9th December 2014, 11:50 am

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bloody hell if I had seen this, deffo not worth the agg of making one at that price goodpost

so just bought one cheers mr B

like this tools section, very very handy indeed Cool


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3 Re: Cheap Crank pulley on 9th December 2014, 12:14 pm

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When you get it give a review on how you rate it.
Been told they as good as most at the £20 level & certainly ok for most crank pulley type jobs.
being able mix in your own washers & bolts makes it quite useful & price is perfect for those not loaded or likely use it huge amount.

4 Re: Cheap Crank pulley on 9th December 2014, 12:37 pm

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That's an awesome idea, I like it Smile

5 Re: Cheap Crank pulley on 9th December 2014, 5:52 pm

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Wow that is cheap, I have a bigger version which is good for removing brake drums etc


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6 Re: Cheap Crank pulley on 9th December 2014, 6:05 pm

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Dont for get the rep point Bob Wink Thanks first. Rep second haha

Great cheap tool Smile


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7 Re: Cheap Crank pulley on 21st September 2015, 11:31 pm

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@Mr B wrote:When you get it give a review on how you rate it.
Been told they as good as most at the £20 level & certainly ok for most crank pulley type jobs.
being able mix in your own washers & bolts makes it quite useful & price is perfect for those not loaded or likely use it huge amount.


Used it a few times now and perfect for pulling crank pulleys or anything else come to that, can't compare it to anything else really as it does whatever I ask of it, doesn't bend up with tight pulleys so is strong and relatively well made

So in all a bargain bit of kit that's very handy and far better than the piece of shit I made Laughing


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8 Re: Cheap Crank pulley on 21st September 2015, 11:45 pm

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^lol
Most amazing thing is how they can retail it on feeBay with free p&p so cheap (was £7.99 when linked to it) for what is a quite decent puller .

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