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EA series timing belt tools
Posted 11 January 2004 - 01:42 PM
This information is fragmented throughout the board.
We all do belts at some point and these tools are really the best, "safest" way to do the job.
Main pulley holder Subaru # 499977000
Cam pulley holder Subaru # 499207100
Double cam holder for 2.5s
Are there other tools too?
Posted 11 January 2004 - 01:53 PM
You can use the ViseGrip on the crank pulley as well as on the cam sprockets.
It's cheap and works perfectly. Moreover the short wrench handle can easily be made to catch on unmovable parts and permits you to work with both hands. The wrench holds by itself.
I see no advantage in using anything else.
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