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Steeda Pulley Install Questions

I'm about to install of a set of used Steeda Pulleys I got used for only $75! All I got is the pulleys, but I've seen write-ups online about certain bolts being included in the kit??? Do I need them for the install? Should the crank bolt be replaced? Besides the tools needed and the pulleys themselves what else is needed here?

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I would change your belt while you're at it but I dont know about the other stuff

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A new belt isn't a bad idea, and I would replace the front crank seal since its cheap and easy with the pulley out, but no need to replace the bolt. You'll want an impact gun to do the alternator pulley, but its an easy job.

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i would go to autozone and rent a pulley remover for your crank pulley. i think the only other thing that was included in mine was a longer crankshaft bolt to help get the new pulley started and then you just put your original bolt back in and tighten it up with that

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unloosen the water pump bolts before you take the belt off... and the alt pulley can be a pain to take off.

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A torque wrench will be handy to tighten the crank pulley to the proper torque specs.
Don't forget to put RTV sealant in the keyway on the crank pulley or you'll have oil leaks.

It's a pretty simple job.
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I think another member mentioned it, but I'm confirming that information for you. Go to Lowe's or wherever and find a suitable bolt.
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