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    Homemade Harmonic Balancer installer

    This thing was built out of need! No one had one in their loan-a-tool program. Couldn't even buy one, they were all too short. This Durango had to go back together. Here is what I came up with to get 'er done!! Click link to see the build --> crank pulley tool
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    Thanks FixJeeps! I've added your Harmonic Balancer Installer to our Crankshaft category, as well as to your builder page: FixJeeps' Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Good to know this, FixJeeps. Thanks for the post.

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    Thanks! And you're welcome ... . Interestingly enough, a fella watched the video of this tool in action. I ended up selling it to him for just enough to cover expenses.
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    1991 Jeep Wrangler, 1984 Mustang GT, 2003 Honda Shadow 750
    1994 Suzuki GSX 600 <-- about to get chopped to a "Street Fighter"
    1980 Yamaha XS650 <-- been raked, lowered, bobbed and mono-shocked (still under construction)
    http://www.fixjeeps.com/
    My YouTube Channel - lots of good DIY stuff
    http://www.poweraddicts.com/

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    Ha. That's really generous of you. Shoulda added a bit more for a six pack or a bag of coffee beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIYer View Post
    Ha. That's really generous of you. Shoulda added a bit more for a six pack or a bag of coffee beans.
    Aaaa .. it's no big deal. I still make money off the video. So that is a perpetual income. Although not getting rich by any means .. lol.


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    1991 Jeep Wrangler, 1984 Mustang GT, 2003 Honda Shadow 750
    1994 Suzuki GSX 600 <-- about to get chopped to a "Street Fighter"
    1980 Yamaha XS650 <-- been raked, lowered, bobbed and mono-shocked (still under construction)
    http://www.fixjeeps.com/
    My YouTube Channel - lots of good DIY stuff
    http://www.poweraddicts.com/

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