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Is the pulley on my 67 Goat's PS pump pressed on?
It has a nut on it........
It's so nasty , and the cap wont stay on I will probably replace it/
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Not pressed on, but you will need a small puller to get it off. It is keyed on the shaft.
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X2. They never slide off w/o a puller....at least not for me. There is a special puller just for PS pulleys. OTC may have it....
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I got the sucker off with a pickle fork.lol
er...........this thing is extremely nasty and has been sitting a minimun of 15 years.(yet so has everything else and so far so good)
I wonder of the seals and integrity of the pump.
Can I clean it up, and put some type liquid in it to see if it leaks?
Or just replace the sucker...
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I got the sucker off with a pickle fork.lol
er...........this thing is extremely nasty and has been sitting a minimun of 15 years.(yet so has everything else and so far so good)
I wonder of the seals and integrity of the pump.
Can I clean it up, and put some type liquid in it to see if it leaks?
Or just replace the sucker...
Thanks
Depends on your budget I guess, but ps pumps run about 35-40 bucks for a rebuilt one without the reservoir, 40-50 with a reservoir, and a little more than that for a new one. For that kind of money, it's hardly worth fooling around with the old one unless having 'the original' matters to you a whole lot.

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