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crankshaft pulley interchange?


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#1 daeron

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Posted 08 June 2006 - 03:16 PM

hey folks, i just had to replace the eccentric roll pin that holds the crankshaft accessory pulley in place. Unfortunately, i was intelligent enough to hammer the new pin in place with the pulley sitting on the concrete.. and of course, i cracked the lip about 3" along the diameter. needless to say, i need a new pulley now.. but my question is, what engine/vehicles can i get one from?

I have an 87 GL-10, with a 1.8liter, SPFI non turbo pancake..... it is an ea82 i believe... I dont know how much luck im going to have finding a subbie of this vintage in any of my local boneyards at all, so ANY info anyone might have on what pulleys i could potentially use would be GREATLY appreciated. I deliver pizzas for a living, and i had no choice but to reassemble the thing as is, and must drive on it until I repair it or it breaks. the dealer quoted me $147 for a new pulley, and thats just, no.

thanks in advance for the help.

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Posted 08 June 2006 - 03:28 PM

Pretty much any EA82 should have the same pulley. Ones I know that would be different are the XTs, as they have two 4-ribbed belts.

#3 daeron

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Posted 08 June 2006 - 04:03 PM

thats about what i figured, but i wanted some confirmation from those who know subaru motors better than i.

incidentally, has everyone here noticed that subaru spelled backwards is U R A BUS? my dad bought an xt6 new in 1989 and was tempted to get that as a license plate, but never did. of course, that was my first thought on getting this car...

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Posted 08 June 2006 - 04:28 PM

I can Pull the lower pully off my spare motor if you want it make an offer and you pay shipping...

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Posted 09 June 2006 - 02:59 AM

well, im gonna check my local junkyards first, but thanks for the offer. I'll bear that in mind if I am still looking in a few days, otherwise id rather not bother with the hassle of shipping a piece of iron halfway across the continent.. but it sure beats dealer new price, whatever it could be :- )

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Posted 09 June 2006 - 08:32 AM

well, im gonna check my local junkyards first, but thanks for the offer. I'll bear that in mind if I am still looking in a few days, otherwise id rather not bother with the hassle of shipping a piece of iron halfway across the continent.. but it sure beats dealer new price, whatever it could be :- )


I think i have one from a turbo car sitting in the garage somewhere. No roll pin ;). It didn't come with one. I have a lighter pulley from an NA car on there now with roll pin and such)

Anyway, the turbo pulley is yours if you want it.

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Posted 09 June 2006 - 08:39 AM

there is a huge difference in weight between the turbo pully and an N/A pully. the N/A pully is about 1/4 the weight of the turbo pully.

eather will work. but i would guess the N/A one would be better...


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#8 calebz

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Posted 09 June 2006 - 10:49 PM

the N/A pully is about 1/4 the weight of the turbo pully.




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According to my scales, its actually almost exactly 1/2

Thats why the turbo pulley is in a box and the NA pulley is in the car ;)




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