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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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Technical Details
Part Number 648796
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions2.2 x 5.8 x 5.9 inches
OriginMade in USA
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Item model number648796
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLifetime Warranty
  
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ASINB0000TMLWQ
Best Sellers Rank #3,045 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 17, 2003
  
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Product Description

The Powerbuilt 648796 50-millimeter Honda crankcase pulley removal tool keeps the crank pulley still, allowing users to easily loosen or tighten the crank pulley bolt in most Honda or Acura engines. Constructed of hardened chrome molybdenum steel, it's built to withstand extensive use in the garage, and at 2.2 inches by 5.8 inches by 5.9 inches, it's small enough to get into those tight engine spaces. It's backed by a lifetime warranty.

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Powerbuilt 648796 Honda Cranks Pulley Removal Tool.
Monica
I was able to break the pulley bolt free with this attached to a breaker bar and a 19mm impact socket with a breaker bar.
Cville MTBer
The tool did what i needed it to do and is a great product.
Dustin

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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By David Culberson on March 9, 2006
If you like to do your own semi-major engine work, do not hesitate to buy one of these in advance. Removing the crank pulley bolt without one is an excersize in frustration and risky hacks. I tried it, and was quite frustrated. So I bought this tool. $25 later, and the bolt is off with very little effort. You will need this tool, a 19mm socket (for the pulley bolt), an extension for the socket, and two decently long breaker bars. A long-handled socket wrench, or a socket wrench with a cheater pipe will work fine, too. The wrench/breaker bar you use on this tool has to be 1/2" drive.

Definitely 100% worth it.

Strangely, the tool I received was not an Alltrade, but a Powerbuilt.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Williamson on April 29, 2009
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If you've made it here, you're in the right place, but probably frustrated and maybe bleeding. Relax, put on a band-aid, and put it back together for another couple days while you wait for the tool to arrive.

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.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence W. Chiu on April 10, 2007
Did a timing belt change on my 99 CRV. Repair manual said to use a chain type holding tool. No way would that work. Searched around the internet and everywhere. They all wanted $90+ for it. Then found this one on amazon. Worked EXCELLENT! Had to use a 7 foot pipe slipped on to a breaker bar. That bolt was tight! No way I could hold that pulley without this special tool. Since the bolt was so tight, I thought it was turn "clockwise" to loose, so I called the dealer. They said it was the standard "counter clockwise" to remove.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dominic N. Santos on August 29, 2010
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Don't be fooled by what you see or hear on the net about removing that Honda pulley. You WILL need this tool. Went to NAPA, they had to order it but the warehouse was out. Autozone looked at me like I was talking gibberish. O'Reilly showed it as a loan tool but no stores had ever actually had one at all and they wanted over 50 bucks to order it. For the average home mechanic there is no other way. Your 150psi Craftsman compressor wont touch it. Forget WD40 cause it wont reach the threads where the problem is. Use a torch and risk damage to your seal. The starter bump method wont work on most Honda engines that use this tool because they rotate the opposite way. Besides, risk ripping your fender off if something comes loose. And a pulley wrench that wraps around the pulley could cause the dampening material inside some pulleys to slip making it useless and you will need to buy a new one. Only very high-power impact guns usually at automotive shops will zip it off. Make sure you have 2 breaker bars (NOT A RATCHET that can jump teeth) and a friend to help hold one. Use only 1/2inch size tools at least. This tool does not fit very snug or deep so a friend is essential to keep it in place while you break it loose. The bolt is NOT REVERSE THREADED, so don't make the mistake of making it tighter. Use the shortest socket extension possible to minimize flex on your tools. I tried 2 and got over 6 inches of flex before I ran out of room. Using some kind of pipe for a handle extension is OK. Just make sure its strong you have enough room under the car. I used my handle from my 3ton floor jack, and placed it on the handle of the breaker attached to the tool. 4 stars because it fits loose and needs to be held in place. Could be redesigned. Good Luck.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Doc on October 19, 2005
This tool saves time and aggravation when performing a timing belt changeout on Honda Accords. Using it effectively requires the application of two breaker bars; one to hold this tool in place to keep the crankshaft from turning, and a second one to loosen the crankshaft pulley bolt with.

A very good value, and one that I would recommend to anyone.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. Wimer on January 15, 2007
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Used on a 1998 Civic (1996-2000 should be the same) after my 650ftlbs impact gun wouldn't budge it. This is a must have tool for the job. There are a few different sizes, so measure before buying. Just measure on the inside of the hexagon from side to side. This is the 50mm tool. Oh, don't forget to have two breaker bars available, one to hold the inner nut and one you put on this.
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