Re: [DML] Re: Crankshaft Pulley
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Re: [DML] Re: Crankshaft Pulley



Yes, I do remember reading that procedure on the SHO
web site some years ago..  I have had my SHO engine
apart a few times, and have never had to use that
method.

With any of these bolts, I always assume I will at
some point in the future be removing the same bolts
again.  For that reason, I think it is important to
use the proper torque specification even on joints
that are non critical.  The bolt itself has limits.


--- Dave Swingle <swingle@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


> Marc - you may appreciate this one - I recall a
> recommended way to 
> break the crank nut loose on Taurus SHO was to put a
> breaker bar/socket 
> on it, roll it over against the subframe and then
> bump the starter. 
> This of course only works if the engine rotates in
> the right 
> direction.....
> 
> Dave S


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