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Dodge, Jeep Mopar 3.6 Pentastar Vibration Damper/Crank Pulley Holder

SKU:
10198A
Weight:
2.34 LBS
Brand:
AAA
Shipping:
Free Shipping
Price:
$78.99


Product Description

Order online or call to order 800-734-8665 x251. Free Priority Mail usually 2-3 Days, call for faster shipping. Used to properly hold crankshaft pulley when torquing crank bolt. Not using the tool when tightening the front crank bolt may cause damage to plastic chain guides due to excessive stress. This tool is commonly used with the 10200, 10200 and 10369A timing chain and phaser holders.

Partial listing below.

2011 (Journey, 200, 200 Convertible, Avenger, Sebring, Sebring Convertible, Challenger, Charger, 300, 300C, Charger, Magnum, Grand Caravan, Caravan, Town & Country, Durango, Grand Cherokee) - Systems (9 - Engine, 3.6L) 2012 (Journey, Wrangler, 200, 200 Convertible, Avenger, Sebring, Sebring Convertible, Challenger, Charger, 300, 300C, Charger, Magnum, Grand Caravan, Caravan, Town & Country, Durango, Grand Cherokee) - Systems (9 - Engine, 3.6L) 2013 (Ram Truck 1500, Journey, JF, Wrangler, 200, 200 Convertible, Avenger, Sebring, Sebring Convertible, Challenger, Charger, 300, 300C, Charger, Magnum, Grand Caravan, Caravan, Town & Country, Durango, Grand Cherokee) - Systems (9 - Engine, 3.6L) 2014 (Ram Truck 1500, Journey, JF, Wrangler, 200, 200 Convertible, Avenger, Sebring, Sebring Convertible, KL, Challenger, Charger, 300, 300C, Charger, Magnum, Grand Caravan, Caravan, Town & Country, VF, Durango, Grand Cherokee) - Systems (9 - Engine, 3.0L Gasoline, 9 - Engine, 3.2L, 9 - Engine, 3.6L)

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  1. Worked perfectly 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Dec 2019

    Well, it worked perfectly. I used it to remove and install the crankshaft pulley on a 3.6l penstar engine. My only complaint is how much these special tools cost! In order to do the job on the engine, I had to buy well over $200 worth of special tools! Some of which could be 3d printed for probably %.50. This one looks like I could have a community college welding student make it for me for $10 in materials. I miss the good ol' days when you could tear apart and rebuild an engine with just your basic hand tools, and a torque wrench. Now there's a special tool for everything, and the manufacturer inflates the cost of the tools to force owners to take their cars to the dealers.


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