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Old 05-14-2020, 09:06 PM
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How would you machine this pulley without a lathe?

My power steering pump pulley does not seat far enough down before it interferes with the pump body nose. I need to machine a recess in the pulley that is 1/4" deep and 1.65-1.7" around. I do not have a lathe. I do not think my hand is steady enough do to it with a dremel or a burr.

How would you do this? Should I just bite the bullet and take it to a machinist?
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Old 05-14-2020, 09:38 PM
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Press a shaft onto the pulley and chuck it to a half inch drill. Put the drill in a vise. Spin it up. With a separate 3/8th drill and a grinding stone use it to cut the grove you need. You can also use an angle grinder.
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Old 05-14-2020, 09:51 PM
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The main thing is to spin the pulley while grinding. Also mark the area you want to cut with a marker.
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Old 05-14-2020, 10:42 PM
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What I would do is document exactly what you need with a simple drawing and dimensions, then box it up and send it to me and I will git er dun. Then send it back to you so you could wipe it down with bleach and paint it. I have two lathes. And would be happy to take care of it no charge. Just pay shipping.
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Old 05-15-2020, 08:58 AM
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dont forget the turd polish.


seriously,how much farther are you gonna go with this travesty of "engineering"?
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Old 05-15-2020, 10:49 AM
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What I would do is document exactly what you need with a simple drawing and dimensions, then box it up and send it to me and I will git er dun. Then send it back to you so you could wipe it down with bleach and paint it. I have two lathes. And would be happy to take care of it no charge. Just pay shipping.

Would suggest the same if living in the US , but I'm not.
Great to read this kind of things, makes this forum a good one in my book
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Old 05-15-2020, 11:40 AM
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Marc is a pretty good guy. No matter what everybody says.



Marc, if you want to pass because of the virus thing I totally get it. I could wipe it down before boxing it for the return trip and wear a hazmat suit for you.
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Old 05-15-2020, 04:45 PM
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Thanks for the kind words! You guys are flattering me!

Nah, it is more about time. I hope to have my truck back together by tomorrow afternoon (Saturday). I was able to chuck it in my polisher (like full size Jeeper recommended) and have started cutting with some bits I have for my pneumatic die grinder. More to follow!!
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I found a cork that fit super snug down the middle of the pulley. Pounded it in, drilled a hole in it, passed a bolt through that, and bolted it to my polisher. I figured it would have better torque than my drill. Then I used a ball grinder bit to hog out a round ditch. Once it was about 1/4" deep, I took it out and finished shaping the area I needed. it's done!


Thanks for all the offers and advice guys!!
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Old 05-15-2020, 08:25 PM
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Yep, that will work.
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Old 05-15-2020, 08:37 PM
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How much did that "kit" cost?
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I got it used and incomplete. I paid $75 for everything. That was about $300 too much.
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I got it used and incomplete. I paid $75 for everything. That was about $300 too much.
Is this the Bulltear kit or the March Performance kit?
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Is this the Bulltear kit or the March Performance kit?
Bulltear. In their defense, a lot of my pains are my fault. Because I bought it used, I got no instructions. I also did not get any of the spacers so I had to make my own (and there are a lot of them).

One of the worst things about it though, is it almost completely blocks the timing marks. It takes me about 45 minutes to set my timing now because I have to set it at TDC, make a temporary timing mark and pointer underneath, then start the truck, time from the bottom, turn the dizzy, check the results, etc. such a pain.
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Hey nice work! Necessity is the mother of all invention. Or something like that.
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You could have done this on a drill press if you had one.
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Hey nice work! Necessity is the mother of all invention. Or something like that.

I heard necessity was a mother alright.
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Hey nice work! Necessity is the mother of all invention. Or something like that.
indeed! Whomever buys this engine in the future will probably pull this pulley off and look at it and think "What the hack?!"
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You could have done this on a drill press if you had one.
I had a cheap HF bench top drill press a few years ago and it sat on my shelf, untouched for about 3 years. I got sick of looking at it, and sold it on Craigslist. It would have been nice for this, though.
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HAHAHAHAHAAHA!!!!!
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Whomever buys this engine in the future will probably pull this pulley off and look at it and think "What the hack?!"

I'm already thinking it.
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