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Water pump and pulley

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Re: Water pump and pulley

Post by buckfield » Tue May 07, 2019 9:49 pm

That's good news, the depth was another issue to get absolute right, as mine was the alternator type pulley it maybe was not as strong as the dynamo type pulley. and a measure before really is needed. still have the (new) pump on the V8 when it was fitted in 2003 so a job that is rare to do again? anyway well done keith.

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