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Alright, so I've got the shifter cables through, not pretty, but functional. Now I'm trying to swap the stock alternator pulley for the AEM piece, but I'm having a hell of a time trying to get it off. Anyone have any tips for me? I know some of you are going to say something along the lines of "Air tools/Impact wrench!", but I have neither of those. Any way to get it off just with sockets? Oh, btw, there's no belt on the motor, so everything spins freely, making it that much more fun to swap pulleys. Any advice?
 

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just get creative... im not sure if the power steering pulley has holes in it, but if it does stick a regular wrench through one and try to wedge the pulley still... then use a breaker bar or something

if it doesnt have holes, i would probably just bring it anywhere that has a compressor to get it done

if you lived in montreal i would gladly let you use mine, ANY shop should be able to do this for like 5 bucks max... and its not like you would look stupid by asking them to do it or anything
 
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