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Harmonic Balancer

What tools do I need to replace Harmonic Balancer?

I heard I can't use the same bolt that was in previous balancer.

3 jaw puller and what else??? thanks

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I prefer to use a harmonic balancer puller, loan from a local auto parts store if you don't have one.
The bolt is a TTY (torque-to-yeild one-time-use) bolt on the 4.6 V8, but not so sure on a 4.0 v6, as the bolts are different. You can tell by the tightening instructions: if it says tighten to x-ft-lbs then an additional x-degress, that is usually a TTY bolt.


Mike -- 2005 "The Beast" (Formerly a V6, now a forged/stroked 5.0L V8 sportn' a Kenne Bell 2.6L @18psi, and many mods
2006 4.0L w/Powerhouse turbo and TR-6060 :kooky:
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