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balancer removal

I just purchased a set of steeda under drive pulley set, have my balancer puller but cannot get the proper size of bolt to fit in the three holes on the balancer where the puller attaches to, does any one know the size? I am assuming they are metric? I have a new arp bolt for the crank shaft.

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Welcome to the forum.
I see you only have two posts, so I'll quickly brief you on a rule that's pretty important here.

Use the search function on the forum first to find the info you're looking for. Either that, or google.

I could answer your question, but you will find that there is a dublicate thread that answers this question if you scroll down on the thread list a bit.

A common concern with many of the members here is the forum being cluttered up with repetetive threads that deal with the same topics over, and over, and over...

Good luck bro.

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Oh...my bad.
It was on the 4.6 Talk section.

Either way, here it is.

https://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...-balancer.html
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Originally Posted by sillyrabbit0420 View Post
Welcome to the forum.
I see you only have two posts, so I'll quickly brief you on a rule that's pretty important here.

Use the search function on the forum first to find the info you're looking for. Either that, or google.

I could answer your question, but you will find that there is a dublicate thread that answers this question if you scroll down on the thread list a bit.

A common concern with many of the members here is the forum being cluttered up with repetetive threads that deal with the same topics over, and over, and over...

Good luck bro.


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