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slp under drive pulley

This is a discussion on slp under drive pulley within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by clg82 12557840 Thanks for the part number!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by clg82 View Post
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    Thanks for the part number!

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    I've installed ASP pulleys on my old 00' SS and my 03 Denali and both are direct bolt on......there is no need to find tdc and there are no numbers. If you have an auto, make sure you have something to hold the flywheel so it doesn't spin. If your 6 speed, leave the car in 4th during the removal of the old pulley and install of the new one. It's a 1/2 to 1 hour job if you have the right tools. I think it's well worth it. Also, if your auto, save yourself some time and headache's and get the overdrive alternator pulley. If found it was very much needed in my truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deezl SS View Post
    I've installed ASP pulleys on my old 00' SS and my 03 Denali and both are direct bolt on......there is no need to find tdc and there are no numbers. If you have an auto, make sure you have something to hold the flywheel so it doesn't spin. If your 6 speed, leave the car in 4th during the removal of the old pulley and install of the new one. It's a 1/2 to 1 hour job if you have the right tools. I think it's well worth it. Also, if your auto, save yourself some time and headache's and get the overdrive alternator pulley. If found it was very much needed in my truck.
    Is there some kind of a pulley puller as well that is needed to remove it?

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    Yes, you will need a pulley puller. You'll need the claw type to remove the stock pulley....i don't recall the stock pulley having bolt holes for the bolt style removers. If you have a auto, you may want to get a flywheel tool to hold it from moving....or you can jam a screwdriver in there like some have done. I would use the flywheel tool but that's just me.

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    does anyone know where i can get a keyed underdrive pulley?

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    The SLP/Powerbond is keyed.

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