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Old 08-24-2016, 05:45 PM
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Hi,

I am hoping someone has done this. I have the Patrick Motorsports RS pulley kit. I have had limited luck trying to determine how it is installed. The engine is a from a 964.

Anyone got a link for the pulley removal process? Patrick Motorsports did not provide very much information. Thanks.




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Please have a look here, not exact what you are looking for but
for my change it was enough input.


https://edelweiss.smugmug.com/Cars/P...echnical-Stuff
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Thanks for posting. That looks like the most useful information I have seen so far.
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I have used the above link and pcars.com for this job. Both are very resourceful!
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I do not see anything at pcars.com? Perhaps their site is down?
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Old 08-25-2016, 12:55 PM
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Excellent help, thanks.

I see the methods for the fan, what about the crank pulley? It looks like I will need the crank removal tool?

Edit; found this.

https://rennlist.com/forums/964-foru...oval-tool.html

I would still need the crank pulley tool that keeps it in place.

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Recently completed lower pulley install , if engine is in car yes you will need special crank
holding tool , luckily I am friends with a local Porsche factory tech who loaned it to me from the dealer , some Indys likely have it .
Also entire mounting crossmember will need to be removed ,I was installing reinforced RS
unit so it had to come out anyway .
Other than that reasonably straight forward .... Bert
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I think the big "wrench" is special tool 000 721 929 00. The small bolt tool is used as well.

I have read about people using the impact gun, but I will not go this route. I am guessing that it could create crank shaft stress that it was not designed for. I am trying to borrow them from a shop. If not, I will put project on hold.

Thanks for all the replies!
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