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Old 03-10-2011, 05:14 PM   #1
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Timing belt change in a CR-V with B20Z: Does anyone know how to remove the crank pulley without Hondas $80.00 hex tool? (Not the spanner tool used on the early D15's)
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pulley puller from like autozone or something>? or not enought room? and a ton of wd40
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Timing belt change in a CR-V with B20Z: Does anyone know how to remove the crank pulley without Hondas $80.00 hex tool? (Not the spanner tool used on the early D15's)
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You really should use the tool (or make one of your own if you have access to a welder). I believe Amazon has one for around $20.
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I've never had to use any tool other than an impact gun, socket, extension, hammer and prybar for crank pulleys.
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You really should use the tool (or make one of your own if you have access to a welder). I believe Amazon has one for around $20.
http://www.amazon.com/Powerbuilt-648...0196784&sr=8-1

$25, but worth it. You'll also need a couple of big breaker bars
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