check the parts numbers at slhonda.com. if it's a d-series motor, you
should find one to fit.
for future reference, it's not an harmonic balancer - it's just a pulley
wheel. use of the correct tool will avoid breakage. check out
tegger.com for info.
thanks alot, they people at autozone called it a harmonic balancer i
figured it was just a pulley to i didnt know if they called it that or
they just had the part in mind different from what i was thinkin, but
thanx for the help again.
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