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Well unfortunately mine did fly off the crank. The bolt either came out because it was loose or sheared off. I'm hoping came out from being loose. I should have stopped driving it, but it came out while I was going about 10 mph in a grocery store parking lot so luckily it wasn't at high speeds, I stopped moving immediately.
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The guy that I ordered the new pulley and bolt from at Clewett Engineering told me that the new bolt gets torqued to like 79 ft-lbs (because it's a 10.9 bolt instead of a 12.9, I believe). And I'll throw some medium strength loctite on there.
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What's left of the bolt. The rest might be inside of the crank?



Let the surgery begin

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Bumper and muffler off


shift linkage d/c


and there is what's left of the sheared off bolt inside of the crank. time to get an extractor from autozone, and a very small burr on the crank dowel hole... will file it down to smooth!
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better get some brand new drill bits ( i used cobalt and the were great ) and something to centre punch that with also. and take your time .. hopefully it will come out "fairly" easy as the bolt head is gone..
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Oh man, seriously go slow and steady removing that bolt, damn.

Glad you are replacing the seal, it looks like it's a leakin. For extra measure do the little trick on number 8 bearing seal. It won't hurt while you are in there. Pm me for details.
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Whoa just noticed, you in the Air Calvary? So was my Pops :-D
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I work on cavalry birds, but I also work on Medevac, Attack helicopters, cargo helicopters. I do powertrain on all 4 helicopters that the Army uses.

So the operation was a success!!

New seal, bolt removed quite easily.



Have yet to put on the muffler, runs like a champ... sounds like a bat out of hell.

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Porsche pulley fixed. First start up without muffler. - YouTube
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