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Old 05-04-2007, 12:45 PM
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do i need a puller to get the crank timing gear off, or do you remove the key in the groove,or both.. someone refresh my memory. chevy 350

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you need a puller, don't mess up your crank threads
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Doc here,

In theory, You need a puller..

But , I had them do both, some refuse to come off, others slide right off by hand, It depends on how worn it is..

Plan for the worst, and hope for the best.

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is there a metal key way ive gotta remove?
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is there a metal key way ive gotta remove?

Doc here,

Yuppers..

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