Re: [DMCForum] Removal of Timing Pulley
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Re: [DMCForum] Removal of Timing Pulley

Counter clockwise to remove, just like everything else. I had to use  
an acetleyne torch to get mine loose. I swear the factory used a  
whole tube of red loctite on it.

I used an impact and a breaker bar before I used heat, heat is the  
only thing that worked.

Be patient.

Mark V

On May 25, 2008, at 8:27 PM, Paul Gress wrote:

> Thanks,
> 35 mm is 1.378, or just .003 larger than 1 3/8", which is what I used.
> I found a nice 6 point socket at McMaster Carr, the socket I was using
> was 12 point.  Still don't know if when I'm loosening the Nut if I'm
> really tightening it (is it left hand or right hand thread).
> Frustrating when you have a 1 3/8" socket on a 3/4" drive and a  
> breaker
> bar, and still can't get if loosened.
> Paul
> delorean wrote:
>> 35 MM if I remember correctly. Some say it is a 36 mm but a 36 is
>> loose, 35 mm is snug. Apply lots of heat to get the bolt off.
>> Mark V
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