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Old October 2nd, 2013, 08:51 PM
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200 TDi crank pully/damper with 3 grooves?

Anyone know of a crank pulley (damper?) with 3 grooves that will fit a 200TDi? Summit Racing sells 3-groove pulleys (http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-g3970/overview/) but i don't know how to know if they'll fit.

I'm going to try running the AC compressor off the middle groove. The front & rear grooves will remain as stock: the power steering off the front groove & the back grove for the camshaft pulley.
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Old October 2nd, 2013, 09:04 PM
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Thanks, I'll try that one. Also heard it could be ERC6859 or ERR3093

------ Follow up post added October 2nd, 2013 08:12 PM ------

For future reference, this seems to be it: http://www.island-4x4.co.uk/cranksha...93-p-5936.html
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For future reference, this seems to be it: http://www.island-4x4.co.uk/cranksha...93-p-5936.html
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Thanks axel. Sorry about the wrong part number.
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No problem, Sonoronos. In fact, even with what I thought was finally the right part number, vendors are now having trouble figuring out whether I need just the 3-groove pulley, or also the balancer behind it. So that's causing additional confusion.
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Old October 6th, 2013, 08:44 AM
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What ate you trying to do? The pulley bolts to the bolts to the balancer. The balancer bolts to the crankshaft.
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For future reference, this seems to be it: http://www.island-4x4.co.uk/cranksha...93-p-5936.html
Do you or anyone else know if this pulley will work with a 2.5na too? Seems like a decent price and I've bought from this place a few times when none of the stateside vendors had what I needed.
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Old November 3rd, 2013, 03:10 PM
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Yes they are the same for the 2.5 and the 200tdi.
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Yes they are the same for the 2.5 and the 200tdi.
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Old November 3rd, 2013, 07:51 PM
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I think the 2.25 does the pulleys in a different way, but I don't have any direct experience.
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My 2.25 diesel definitely has a different pulley setup than the 200tdi.
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I ordered 3093 from lrseries and found out the PS pulley on the front was a larger diameter an required a longer belt. Just as a note, I needed a belt one inch longer to fit. Not sure if that is the case in all situations.
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Thanks for the heads up.

Has anyone bought from these guys:

https://www.globalbritish.com

They seem to have a great price and are on the same continent as me.
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I ordered 3093 from lrseries and found out the PS pulley on the front was a larger diameter an required a longer belt. Just as a note, I needed a belt one inch longer to fit. Not sure if that is the case in all situations.
So it looks like the belt for power steering, with a/c is the one to use the 3 groove pulley. It kind of makes sense since the power steering belt only runs the power steering, so the only difference would be the crank pulley diameter. But of course I ordered the without a/c belt because I don't have a/c.

At least autozone can cross the part number pretty easily.
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John, do you know if it will work on a 2-1/4 (gas) Series engine?

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It will not.
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