Join Date: Aug 1998
Location: Waldorf Md. USA
The only way to do the job "correctly" is to drill and tap the crank so that you can use an installer. Otherwise, you just have to use a big hammer with a piece of wood on the damper and beat it on until it stops. Not the best deal in the world, but it will work. YOu will know when you bolt on the pulleys if it is on all the way. If the belts line up, you are ok.
Hope this helps,
Advanced Automotive Machine
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