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Old November 16th, 2011, 10:09 PM
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Doug that is exactly the tool I am talking about. Take the pulley out and bolt this on. The engine is lock and you will be able to break the crank bolt free..
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Old November 16th, 2011, 10:13 PM
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I really dont see what the problem with using the starter is. I have done it a couple times with no problem... you just have to be careful.
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That is fine if a little half arsed, but is no help (as Ren pointed out) when you need to tighten the bolt at which point the correct tool will be a huge help.
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Is there any way to put the 199 fp on this bolt during re-assembly without the special tool ?
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Is there any way to put the 199 fp on this bolt during re-assembly without the special tool ?
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 02:31 PM
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truck in gear, park brake on...go to town
Have you done it ? feels like it won't hold.
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that how i did it on my 200tdi. with a 4 foot bar on the ratchet.
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 03:22 PM
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Have you done it ? feels like it won't hold.
That is the same output as the engine.... Why should it not work? Obviously put it in a HIGH gear....
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 03:42 PM
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Jason we are talking about an 18 inch long big hunk of steel. What you have is the puller for the crank pulley as well as the rear flywheel lock for changing the belt.
Doug, you starting up a special tools rental company? If so, I'd like to be first in line!

On a side note, since you are coming to URE, can you bring a flywheel locking tool pleeez? I really want to see if the standard 300 TDI tool will fit the 2.8 crank? It does in theory, but want to confirm before I buy a kit. I am due for a belt change.
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did mine with engine out of the truck. what happened that you are changing that belt again already ?

Breaker bar with socket- put breaker bar against frame rail and bump the starter
Yep, that's my preferred method, get a 3/4" drive though.
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Im in on the rental too, or maybe a community one that just floats around.
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Yep, that's my preferred method, get a 3/4" drive though.
Oh and disconnect the stop solenoid wire on the injection pump so the engine won't run, no-one mentioned that little important step.
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