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Old 07-16-2017, 02:18 PM
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BDL Front Pulley

I checked older threads but did not find an answer. So any info you can share would help al lot.

BDL EVO 900 series 3". Originally installed about 5 years ago by a builder in So Florida.

Need to change the belt. Removed belt guard, then removed front pulley nut with torch and long breaker - got it off OK. Went to wiggle the pulley off, but the builder put tons of red lock tight on the front pulley (I know BDL says to use it on the rear - but not on the front).

No space to get a gear puller around the pulley so now what? I was thinking of maybe using a pulley like the ones for a harmonic balancer on cars or something...

Anybody ever have a similar problem?

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Old 07-18-2017, 03:54 AM
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i thoughT people use torch to get the red locktite loose...
I'm still puzzled by BDL's insistence on using red locktite on SPLINES???
If i used anything- it would be antiseaze or wheel grease to prevent rusting and fusing together.
And yes, i would use red locktite on a major drive train nut.
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