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ray514
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Note Sunday March 04, 2012 16:51 View thread in raw text format
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I am working on a genie tml 4000n light tower with a deutz 1008 engine I need to pull the head.my problem is I never worked on a deutz I need to know how to remove bottom pulley. It has 4 small bolts and one 15/16 bolt in the middle in between the small bolts there are 4 threaded holes.I do not know if the center bolt comes out or if it is made in the casting of the pulley.if it dose come out is it right or left hand thread.
thanks for any input
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