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#1 Old 03-31-2006, 04:19 PM
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Crankshaft Pulley Bolt Size

I have to change a forward crankshaft seal (on the timing chain cover) is that a 32MM bolt on crank pulley? It's a 96 with a 360. Thanks
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#2 Old 03-31-2006, 06:12 PM
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I think it's a 35. You local auto parts dude can verify. you have a pulley puller?

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yes, I have a puller for the balancer.
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A 32mm 6 point will work.
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Ya, I was actually at Sears today, and the closest I could find was a 32MM. They didn't have a 31MM in stock. The 32MM seemed a little oversize. I'm wanting to try a 31MM. I just don't want to even think about rounding off a corner on this particular bolt. Anyone else help, this seems awfully odd..............
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I could turn the motor over through the compression stroke with the 32mm without a problem.
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Thanks, with that in mind I'll use the 32MM. I appreciate the input.
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Just for the record, the correct bolt size on the 360 Ram crank pulley is a 31 MM.
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