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Old 11-06-2002, 12:34 PM   #1
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Can I use the moroso crank pully wrench to hold the flywheel from spinning when I torque down the bolts? Any possibility that it can mess up the timing?

I know I can just buy the Ring Gear Holder from Acura, its about the same price as the crank pulley wrench...but if i buy the crank pulley wrench I can use it for other things

Right tools for the job....thats my thinking

So can I just use the crank pulley wrench??
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Old 11-06-2002, 12:41 PM   #2
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That tool is perfect for the job. I have the honda part, and it looks pretty much the same. Your timing won't be messed with since the timing belt isn't removed and fiddled with.

Definately get this over other tool, so u can also use it to replace the timing belt. BTW, loosen the axle nuts when the wheels are still on the ground. Weight of the car makes it easier.
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Old 11-06-2002, 05:18 PM   #4
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hey good info guys.... BTW dan, how much did the wrench cost. im finishing up my motor soon and gonna probably get one if not that expensive, or maybe see if anyone would let me borrow it.

thanx man
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uh I'm the one asking a question

I don't have either of the tools...im asking which to get

you can get the crank pulley tool from http://www.summitracing.com
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You can get a smaller one that you hook up to a breaker bar and it is like $50-$60 from Matco tools. It is smaller and easier to store. That is what is in my toolbox right now
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o well i just ordered the ring gear holder from acuraautomotivparts.com

Right tool for the job....if the Helms says use it...then i will
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