Harmonic Balancer Installation and Removal Tool
These innovative tools install and remove harmonic balancers quickly and easily without causing damage. The CNC-machined tools provide a large contact area to keep the harmonic balancer perpendicular with the centerline of the crankshaft for bind-free action. Roller thrust bearing allows drive nut to rotate freely so the balancer is pressed on or pulled off smoothly and evenly. Compact storage case keeps tool and all attachments organized and rust free for years of dependable service. Come in a black oxide finish.
Harmonic Balancer Installation Tools
Moroso's Universal Tool (710-61744) has adapters to fit most popular engines including Chevrolet, Ford, Mopar, KB Hemi, Pontiac, Oldsmobile and Buick, or choose from application specific tools. Each tool uses a pilot stud, which keeps the harmonic balancer perpendicular to the crankshaft's centerline for a bind-free installation. Thrust bearing and protective washer allows the drive nut to rotate freely so the balancer is pressed on smoothly and evenly.
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