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Old 03-12-2009, 11:38 PM
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I bought a Sweet aluminum power steering pump to put on my S10 project but after install, I found that the front seal is leaking and needs replaced. I can't figure out how to get the pulley off. The pulley is a ALL STAR aluminum pulley. I'm pretty sure these just screw off as the pump shaft has a hex hole in it for an allen wrench but I wanted to ask before I tried. Are these RH or LH threads?

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I think that pulley is pressed on, & you'll need a puller to get it off.
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I bought a Sweet aluminum power steering pump to put on my S10 project but after install, I found that the front seal is leaking and needs replaced. I can't figure out how to get the pulley off. The pulley is a ALL STAR aluminum pulley. I'm pretty sure these just screw off as the pump shaft has a hex hole in it for an allen wrench but I wanted to ask before I tried. Are these RH or LH threads?
HI S10 3rd is right you need a p/s puller to remove, not a g/p puller, also if i remember the center hole is to install the pulley. Make note how deep pulley is before removal...Sorry no pics. Good luck jim
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