LSx Turbo Ford Fairmont Build Video #4 (Balancer Removal)
I know, I know. Its a full video simply dedicated to the removal of the balancer / crank pulley. Maybe it can be used as a reference for fellow LSx minded people.
The tool was rented from Advance Auto Parts, it was $106 to rent. All of the money was refunded when the tool was returned. I used a 15/16" 6pt Impact Socket on the balancer/pulley bolt. We had to torch it because it was not playing nice.
Balancer Install - LQ4 Build - DIY Balancer Installer
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This video came out horrible. Lots of rambling and cuts while I searched
for tools and grease etc etc.
I decided to post it anyway because I have the video and I cant go back and
re-record it haha. So here it is, for what its worth. If you want to see
a DIY install tool in action check it out!
Thanks for watching!
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Badass Diesel Turbo RAT ROD Pickup
It's not fast, it's not pretty, but it's FUN AS HELL... Rollin coal down
the highway towing his camper trailer, it's quite the sight to see! Take a
tour of Troy Gubser's turbo Diesel rat
rod pickup! This thing sure has character, and it's a blast to roll around
Footage from the Nebraska Diesel Show 2014
7 Things You Should Know About the RHS LS Block
The RHS LS Engine block is arguably the best LS engine block produced by an
aftermarket company. Lightweight, packed with options, and built to
withstand over 2,000 horsepower - the block is
also found in many serious street cars. During our trip to Late Model
Engines in Houston, Texas, we decided to create a video on the 7 things you
should know about an RHS block.
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Crankshaft Pulley Removal Trick
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 46 years, shows a trick to let you
easily remove a crankshaft pulley from your car, no power Air tools needed.
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1979 Ford Fairmont a Closer Look -EricTheCarGuy
Many of you have been asking me about Fairmont videos so I thought I would
make this one where I take a closer look at what I have to work with. I
also talk about some of my plans for this car going forward. I think I have
a really nice 'shell' to work with. I have my work cut out for me that's
for sure, but as I say in the video, that will just make for more
interesting videos. For now, I think I'll drive it. It's a good car after
all. A few minor issues, but nothing to really worry about. I may do some
of the repairs such as the inner tie rod in an upcoming video. I just need
to work out the alignment when I'm done. Looks like an easy job though,
easier than some of the other power steering rack stuff I've done. Anyway,
enjoy the video.
Here's some links.
First Fairmont Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L22GsHQi7tU
Replacing Drum Brakes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCpCkun2qxA
Eastwood Brake Tool: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxeA1lhSCsk
My old Galixie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dClQoCu4pVE
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