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Old 11-03-2014, 03:03 PM   #1
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Adding an ATI Damper and 12 tooth trigger wheel soon and forgot I need the ribbed belt pulley instead of the NA V-belt pulley.

If you've got one laying around, let me know.

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You need a 94-97 alternator for the bigger shaft, so...yeah.

I've got a msm alternator and pulley, but it won't bolt on to a 90-93
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You need a 94-97 alternator for the bigger shaft, so...yeah.

I've got a msm alternator and pulley, but it won't bolt on to a 90-93
Weird. My car originally had a ribbed pulley on my replacement alternator. I'll have to see what my alternator shop can come up with.
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ribbed with a bigger shaft

for his pleasure
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ribbed with a bigger shaft

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We had the same issue with Laz's MSM engine, and Oregonmon's VVT.

We haven't measured Laz's, but we're pretty sure we just bolted a ribbed pulley to a 1.6 replacement. We had to shave the front housing down, but that's about it.

With Oregonmon's we had to buy a NA 1.8 replacement, which obviously came with a ribbed pulley.

So I'm pretty sure there's some "aftermarket" brand of 1.6 alternator floating out there with 1.8 sized shafts.
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Thanks for the potential heads up Josh, makes me glad I didn't get an aftermarket core. It's an OEM 95 core.
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Oh, you'll be fine then.

I have a ribbed pulley for you then.
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