Company23 has released their latest V2 Design Crank Pulley Tool. This tool has an upgraded small pin reinforcement ring which helps loosen the toughest of crank pulley bolts. Also improved in the design is the low profile handle which allows you to remove the crank pulley while the radiator is still installed in the vehicle.
Here are some additional details:
• Convenient for performing timing belt service, or any other major engine service
• Comes with 2 sets of removable pins which allows you to remove either Subaru crank pulleys found on different models.
• Designed with high precision laser cut construction to make for a precision fitment made to last
• Comparable to both factory tools #499977100 and #499977400
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Boosted2 1 month ago
This tool has helped me more than I had expected it too. It has worked on every Subaru I have put it up against and even saved me on a few Volkswagens I service
Great for removal but...
RedShogun 8 months ago
Works great on stock pulley. When installing aftermarket lightweight just need to be a little bit creative but works great all the same.
Good tool to have in your tool box
ready_2_rumble 9 months ago
Helpful tool when doing your timing belt, or whenever you're planning to remove your pulley. One of those tools that you don't really think about until you wish you had something simple to hold your pulley while you're trying to break off the crank bolt. Not really sure what the adapter was for (no instructions) but I used it successfully without it during my timing belt change. (tip: If you have the cam tool and access to the flywheel, you can use that instead of this to hold the rotating assembly in place)