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Mar 13, 6:52pm - #124839 
quick question?

im thinking of putting a AEM pulley. how hard will the installation? how did some of you guys did yours?

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Mar 13, 6:53pm - #124840 
ive herd the insall isnt all that hard, but ive never done it, so i dont really know for sure


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Mar 13, 6:56pm - #124841 
coz i was reading the install earlier and it said you need the power of zeus to take something out.

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Mar 13, 6:58pm - #124842 
I have yet to install mine, but I will take it to my mechanic along with the header this Thursday... reason being that the belt tensioner takes a lot of force to relieve the belt from the alternator and also you may need an impact wrench to remove the stock pulley...

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Mar 13, 7:00pm - #124843 
It's better to take it to a shop 'cuz they know what they're doing. This way you wont install it wrong & screw up your engine.

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Mar 13, 7:01pm - #124844 
thanks i might just bring my to the shop

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Mar 13, 7:20pm - #124845 
You definetely want to take it to a shop. You can do it yourself, but if you want things to be easier on yourself you may want to have them do it because they have an impact gun to pull the old pulley out. I just had it installed on my car and if I did it myself without an impact gun I'd be having a hard time doing it myself.


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Mar 13, 9:24pm - #124846 
not sure but i have it was pretty easy to, depending on your skill level of things like that...

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Mar 13, 9:26pm - #124847 
its easy... as long as you have an impact wrench...


all you have to do is take off the alternator, swap the pullies and swap the belt.

about an hour job the first time around.

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