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Old 01-20-2012, 02:43 AM
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Originally Posted by coopster530 View Post
"All the pressure on the tool is on a 'clockwise' nut"
Interesting observation.

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I drilled ONE ["] hole [in 18" long steel stock] (where the center of the " hole was approximately 3/8" from the bottom of the flat stock and 2" from the end) and then threaded one of the good M6 bolts thru it
I'm having trouble visualizing this tool, and how a bolt on the end of it held the water pump pulley in place... but your novel invention appears to be such a well-engineered approach that it's a shame not to have a picture of the resulting tool!
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