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Old 03-01-2015, 02:40 PM   #161
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On the one 1.6 alternator that fit our 1.8 garagestar pulley, we had to take off the front of the alternator case, and grind down the lip.
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On the one 1.6 alternator that fit our 1.8 garagestar pulley, we had to take off the front of the alternator case, and grind down the lip.
Yep, thats excatly what I think I should also do. Thanks guys, great help again!
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New batch due in tomorrow.
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Default 36-2 trigger wheels are here

Took us a while but we finally got our 36-2 trigger wheels for our damper in. Uses existing MS code, same pattern as FM 36-2. No the wheel will not fit your OEM damper, sorry. Next batch of dampers should be here Monday.


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New batch in stock!




No more install tool rental. Going forward we simply recommend a clean, dry, OEM crank bolt be used to pull the damper onto the crank.
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Old 11-08-2016, 07:55 PM   #166
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Finally, that's how we've all been doing it this whole time anyway
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Same.
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There was an install tool that wasnt the bolt?
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Are these being made anymore? I can't find them anywhere on the website.
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Old 08-22-2017, 01:32 PM   #170
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Are these being made anymore? I can't find them anywhere on the website.
​​​​​​​Nope there were quality control issues with the manufacturer. 949 is working on a new one, but no ETA what so ever on when it will be out. Buy an ATI damper if you need one right now.
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I know these are no longer made due to the qc issues, but am I correct to assume that the ones that were sold were without issue?
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Yes, I asked Emilio about that specifically. Any dampers sold were fine. No bad ones were even sold.
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Yes, I asked Emilio about that specifically. Any dampers sold were fine. No bad ones were even sold.
Thanks man.
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