You guys helped me with removing the pulley and I thank you. I didn't
bother asking how to re-install the pulley because I didn't think I would
get this far. But here I am...and I can't figure out how to get the thing
back on. The puller I rented from Autozone also includes an installer and
a skinnier bolt. I assume I need to use these and not the puller itself,
I hope this post goes through,
since last night I can't post.
When you bought your puller, you received the part that the bolt goes
through, the two half sleeves and the outer sleeve and a washer.
Now, just use the main bolt, the part that the bolt goes through (The puller
head) and a washer between the pulley. Tighten the bolt into the pump shaft
fairly well, but not with an impact or animalistic force. turn down the
puller head, and the washer most likely brass, will allow the slippage
needed to allow the pulley to go on when you turn the puller head in the
It's as simple as taking it off. Also, I find lubing the shaft with some
white grease makes it much easier to install the pulley.
I hope this helps?
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