<VV> Re: Solid Pulley

Bill Hubbell Bill Hubbell" <whubbell@umich.edu
Mon, 17 May 2004 18:24:10 -0400

The problem with buying Harmonic Balancers "used" is that there is no good
way to tell how long before they are going to fail.  If they still have the
original rubber (40 year old!) they could fail at any time.  You would be
better off buying a new or rebuilt one.  JMHO

Bill Hubbell

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Subject: <VV> Re: Solid Pulley

> Thanks for all the input and advise. Based on the "fact" that there is
some risk at some speeds, and it's not my engine, I will likely change it.
If someone has a good used one for sale or trade for carbs or carb work,
please send me a private note.
> Grant
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