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

The Delorean manual is officialy wrong, yeah like that never has  
happened before. My Crank pully Bolt that I bought directly from DMCH  
was a 35mm and it fits snug in the 1 3/8 socket. My original bolt  
that was original to my engine was also 35mm.

The 1 3/8 socket is also a 35mm if you crossover standard to metric.

Try a 35mm socket IF you dont believe me.

Mark V

On May 26, 2008, at 6:40 AM, Martin Gutkowski wrote:

> It's 10mm and like everything else on the engine, Metric.
> I get them out using an impct wrench but  long breaker bar and a  
> allen key socket, and if it helps, put it in 5th and get someone to
> stand on the brakes.
> The crankshaft nut is 36mm
> Martin
> Paul Gress wrote:
>> I'm in process of replacing my Head Gaskets, which now I decided  
>> to do a
>> major overhaul of replacing just about all engine parts including the
>> gaskets below the Cylinder Sleeves. I'm just having trouble removing
>> the Timing Pulley Bolt. Does anybody know exactly what size it is and
>> which way you turn it to loosen it. I've used a 1 3/8" Socket with my
>> torque wrench and applied probably more then 200 ft lbs so far, I  
>> can't
>> break it loose, but two teeth broke internally to the torque  
>> wrench, so
>> I went out and purchased a 3/4" breaker bar. No the 1 3/8" socket is
>> slipping. So, which leads me to, exactly what size and which way do I
>> turn.
>> Thanks,
>> Paul
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