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Old 19-07-09, 03:02
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Default Jeep engine overhaul questions

Not sure if I've posted this in the right spot, but needing advice. After removing a friends 1952 Jeep engine for rebuilding today, I need to know the proper or safest way to remove the front crank pulley. Removed the nut, there appears to be 3 tabs that stick out. It's a stamped metal pulley, not cast iron. Does it require a puller? Phil
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Old 19-07-09, 06:42
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Maybe the guys on ..would be the best place to ask.. there is a sub-forum for the CJ2/M38 series on there ..if they dont know , nobody will

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Old 19-07-09, 23:32
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Thanks Mike. I found my answer with your link. Just tapped it lightly on the back side and after a while off she come. Phil
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Old 01-08-09, 18:01
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Go To Williys military There is a section for the M38 CDN jeep
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