|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.2 x 5.8 x 5.9 inches|
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|Item model number||648796|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
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Powerbuilt 648796 Honda Cranks Pulley Removal Tool
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- Crank pulley removal tool for most Honda and Acura engines
- For removal and installation of crank pulley bolt
- Designed with hardened chrome molybdenum steel construction
- Includes one pulley removal tool
- 2.2 inches by 5.8 inches by 5.9 inches; 1.3-pounds; lifetime warranty
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Definitely 100% worth it.
Strangely, the tool I received was not an Alltrade, but a Powerbuilt.
I recently changed the timing belt in my wife's 1998 Acura Integra 1.8 GS, and I have a couple observations that might be helpful, and save you the couple weeks I lost.
1. I didn't have to disconnect the steering pump, just unbolted it and held it out of the way with a dowel against the fender which was protected by a towel. The cruise control too.
2. Lining up the timing marks was pretty tricky, but by setting it at TDC before taking off the belt and pulley, then putting drill bits in the holes at the tops of the cams to hold them at TDC helped a lot. Once I had lined up the crank timing mark (crank sprocket to oil pump housing) and threaded the timing belt in the proper order, I rocked the cam sprockets back and forth slightly with a 12 mm wrench to get the belt to slide on them.
3. It's just not worth it to try to get the crank pulley off with anything but the tool ($23 from Amazon) or a ridiculously powerful impact gun. I popped the chrome off a 1/2" extension by torqueing it. Wear safety glasses. It's not necessary to put a breaker bar on the tool too, there's a reinforced place at the edge of the fender that will catch it if you put a regular 1/2" drive ratchet on it.
4. Replacing the tensioner and the spring seems pretty important, as well as making sure that it is loose enough to adjust properly. Rotating the cam sprockets 3 teeth forward (CCW) allows the tensioner to take up the slack in the belt.
Excellent guide at team-integra.net
Good luck and reward yourself when you finish.
The tool was loose in the pulley so you will have to hold it until things get bound up, that's why I gave it 4 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does not fit snug!! Will turn in the hole, the corners of the rotating tool will push the force of your torque outward instead of around, resulting in a broken harmonic balancer as... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Adam
It does what it's made for, and saves a whole lot of time when removing and installing that honda crankshaft pulley. It's a must need for mechanics.Published 2 months ago by troy sherman