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Old 04-29-2011, 05:41 PM   #1
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The Ls shop I use to work at had a tool that bolted up in place of the started on a ls motor which worked great for torqueing down pulleys but I cant find it does anyone have a clue who sold it? thanks
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The Ls shop I use to work at had a tool that bolted up in place of the started on a ls motor which worked great for torqueing down pulleys but I cant find it does anyone have a clue who sold it? thanks
Kent-moore flywheel lock tool. Dont know the part # though.
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http://www.etoolcart.com/flywheelhol...j-42386-a.aspx

I want one of these but keep hoping someone will make a tool to do the same thing for cheaper.
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Simple

Take an old flexplate and cut a small section off it, then weld it to a piece of scrap steel and drill two holes in it
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Take an old flexplate and cut a small section off it, then weld it to a piece of scrap steel and drill two holes in it
Pocket, I like the way you think!!
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Just make two small brackets to bolt this on where the starter goes.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/UNIVE...item20b60555a4
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$50-100 vs free using old scrap

Answer is simple in my book
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screw a bolt in the block bellhousing hole or use the bellhousing

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Kent Moore tool is better..........
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