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I bought this car in 1977 when I returned from being oversees in the USN.  As I was being paid hazardous duty pay I saved as much of my pay as I could and had just enough to pay cash for it.  It's been through a lot over the past 43 years.  I have just completed my 5th engine rebuild.  The first 3 were my mistake learning auto mechanics.  I had the most recent completed by a shop and the shop damaged my crank shaft pulley.  Can anyone advise as to where I might be able to find a replacement?

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9 hours ago, Rerbset58 said:

 the shop damaged my crank shaft pulley.  Can anyone advise as to where I might be able to find a replacement?

What kind of damage?  They can be rebuilt.

@borini63 has spare parts.  I think that @zKars does also.

Edit - Oops, I didn't see that SteveJ had already notified borini63.  Didn't read it through the orange...

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That is one “H-e-double hockey sticks” bite out of those pulley flanges. Ouch! 

Maybe just take similar sized chunks out of the other side to keep it balanced? Sand over the edges a bit so it doesn’t catch and tear the belt?

Or PM me for a replacement!

 

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1 hour ago, zKars said:

That is one “H-e-double hockey sticks” bite out of those pulley flanges. Ouch! 

Maybe just take similar sized chunks out of the other side to keep it balanced? Sand over the edges a bit so it doesn’t catch and tear the belt?

Or PM me for a replacement!

 

Can you get or have a replacement?

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32 minutes ago, Rerbset58 said:

Can you get or have a replacement?

He has one and he wants you to send him a PM so that you can talk about how to get it to you.  Hover your cursor over his name/avatar on the left of his post and click "Message".

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