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umm..this may sound silly to some but when i got my FC udp's it looks like there is a tooth missing on one of them. is it supposed to look like that?
 

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yea..i read all that and it seems like its not worth taking the chance of screwing up everything by doing it myself. i was just worried about that "missing tooth" thing. im glad to hear that its normal. thanks for your fast reply.
 

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I still dont understand why mine came out just fine. FC did theirs the same way, I did mine the same as FC, that one kid ****ed his up and suddenly it can **** up the car. Seems weird to me.
 

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Sylvia: There isnt a whole lot to understand. It's not magic. If you read the shop manual and the Ford shop instructions for replacing the crank pully, you will understand how to hold everything in place and why. Just be thankful yours didnt get screwed up. [thumb]
 

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Then why didnt FC's car get ****ed up too? You're telling me we both got lucky ? If something was going to happen to my car when I installed my UDP's it definately would have. I must have taken the pulley on and off about 3 times. Say what ya want and show me what ya want, I'm gonna be stubborn with this.
 

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LOL it's okay. You can be stubborn. but just be thankful. Stranger things have happened and there is always "the first time" or "the first one to screw up". Luckily for you it wasn't you this time. [thumb]
 

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Sylvia ZX3 said:
Then why didnt FC's car get ****ed up too? You're telling me we both got lucky ? If something was going to happen to my car when I installed my UDP's it definately would have. I must have taken the pulley on and off about 3 times. Say what ya want and show me what ya want, I'm gonna be stubborn with this.
FC used an impact wrench to do theirs. Andy used the wrench and starter method, which appears to be riskier.
 
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