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Old 08-03-2007, 11:23 AM   #9
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Geez it's just a piece of your motor, let's try not to get emotional here...just trying to mix science with experience, ya know like bounce ideas off each other to see what we come up with. Hopefully someday one of these udp threads will get to the bottom of things without getting locked or deleted...

That said, it does make sense the the rubber strip could be designed in to dampen the unbalanced pulley itself. So this could be the simple solution.

Has anyone put a pulley on ONE car with over 150,000 miles yet? I am most certainly not willing to be a guinea pig. However, I think the results of this would help the dispute.
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