How do you remove a pulley without a puller?
There is a way to do it. You put a wrench on the pulley bolt and block the other end against the floor or the frame. Then you use the starter motor to turn the engine (DO NOT START IT, JUST TURN IT) for at most one or two revolutions of the crank. Just enough to break the bolt loose.
How do you remove the pulley from an engine shaft?
Very carefully heat the pulley next to the shaft while applying tension with the puller. It should come off. With a good puller, a few light taps with a hammer and some light heat, (not a blow torch,) it should come right off.
What tool is used to remove crankshaft pulley?
A half-inch drive impact gun might be a great tool for removing a stubborn crankshaft pulley bolt. A torque wrench has also been proven to be a helpful tool for correctly securing it. You might want to follow the service manual when removing the crankshaft pulley.
How do you remove a tapered pulley shaft?
To remove the pulley or sprocket, the friction lock the pulley or sprocket has on the shaft must be broken. The positive aspect of the tapered shaft arrangement is: Once the friction lock on the pulley or sprocket is released, the pulley or sprocket will slide off the shaft easily.
How do you remove a seized pulley?
Spray a liberal amount of penetrating oil onto the front and back sides of the pulley hub until they are thoroughly soaked. Spray the pulley retaining bolt and pulley shaft with the oil. Allow about 30 minutes to two hours for the penetrating oil to loosen the rusted pulley and other parts.
How do you know if your spindles are bad?
If the spindle looks bent or broken, then it needs to be replaced. You will feel how the blades start to move unevenly and cut your grass in a disorganized way. In some cases, the blade won’t spin at all or instead make loud cracking noises. Either way, it means your spindle needs some replacement.