is this a fuilddamper thing ?b727pic said:Every time you pull the harmonic balancer you have to redrill for the index pin. A cheaper approach might be to take the balancer to a machine shop and have them drill it all the way through....
No.....Jbss71 said:is this a fuilddamper thing ?
Well, I stand corrected.....looks like with a little patience and alot of luck it can be done.kwiktsi said:Heh- I pulled my balancer last night and reinstalled it using the same location- took 4-5 shots to get it right, I did not crank it all the way down, just started to get it snug and check it. It was not fun, but I did not want to drill another hole.
LOl.....kwiktsi said:Heh- I think more luck than patience lol. If that thing comes off again, I am just drilling a new hole!!!
Always fun when new parts start to show up..... Good luck with the install.CPO GTO said:I got the balancer in today. It says its for a LS1 Transam. Hope its the right one and the part numbers match all the posts. Now if the super charger just comes in before I deploy it would Su*& to go 6 months knowing it was sitting there with the new found power.
Nice. If I pull my motor apart, that wouldn't be a bad idea to get the crank and balancer machined for a key. Either that, or at least get the groove in the balancer brought all the way to the back so that I can put the pin on the crank, then install the balancer. It would make life a hell of a lot easier!b727pic said:LOl.....
My new Callies crank had a drift key, took the fluidampr to a machine shop and had a matching key way machined into it.....no more drilling for me!!!atriot: