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Old 04-24-2015, 05:58 PM   #1
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As the title states, looking for a 94-95 harmonic balancer. Specifically, the pulley boss. The pulley boss from all the 91-95 motors are all the same. It should look like this:



Any post 95 pulley boss will not work. This will be going on my 94 block. If you have a pulley boss that looks like the above, please message me.
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I have a collection of these things, let me see when I get home.
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Sounds good! Thanks.
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Sorry for delay.
Could only find one and its a 96-97 one (with a trigger wheel). I believe it will still work with a 94-95 crank and belt, you just make up for the thinner pulley boss by using the trigger wheel.

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If you don't pick up on from Soviet, I've got one.
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I have the pulley and boss from a 94 I need to swap out for the 96+ one to use with my FM timing wheel.

Somewhat related info:
Jeremy at FM says it will warp the trigger wheel bolting it to an early damper. Not sure if that is the case with only their wheel or the stock one too.
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So, Albert, I've got one for you too if needed.
Soviet, I'll buy your damper+boss if he passes on it.
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After some research, it appears that Soviet is right and you can run the 96-97 harmonic balancer and pulley boss as long as you use the trigger wheel as well. I have the 96-97 harmonic balancer so I'm going to give it a try. Dan, it's all yours if you want it.
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