Harmonic Balancer Installation Tool Questions

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  1. Hyper_pak

    Hyper_pak Old School Chrysler Fan

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    Need to press a ROMEC on to my slant.
    I used to pull the stock ones on with a long crank bolt.
    But the ROMEC is thicker and I need a tool.
    Any recommendations?
    Please don't recommend all thread and a nut.
    Thanks
     
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    RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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      Same one I have. Bolts a little on the cheap side. But works well both on and off. Recommended.
       
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        • pishta

          pishta I know I'm right....

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          Get a Lisle brand balancer puller, the one with a hollow jack screw. The jack screw is the same thread pitch as the Mopar crank bolt so you can thread the jack screw into the crank and use a nut to run the balancer on while holding the jackscrew with its 1/2 hex end. Nothing wrong with all-thread and a nut as long as its the right size, that's what the dedicated installers use anyway.
           
        • Hyper_pak

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          Thanks guys, I purchased a install tool from Summit.
          All good.
           
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