GrimmSpeed GS/OEM Subaru Crank Pulley Removal/Installation Tool - Subaru Models
Manufacturer Part # 095011
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riverrat1492507 5 months ago
This tool makes it a breeze to install the lightweight crank pulley. The 1/2" square where the ratchet fits into was not deburred all the way but nothing a file couldn't fix. Defiantly worth the money to help install the crank pulley.
Simple and it works.
Gregan 7 months ago
It look complicated when you pull it out of the box but it's really very simple once you get it next to the crank pulley. Made install of my lightweight crank pulley very easy. Spend the money on the right tools and you'll save yourself a lot of time in working on your car.
Makes life SO much easier!
Kent C. 7 months ago
I used this to remove the pulley from my wife's Forester when we went about tearing down her engine to rebuild after the idler pulley seized and the valves bent. I could justify the acquisition because of that, but I also used it to replace the stock pulley on my car with the GrimmSpeed lightweight one (review is left there as well). All of the hardware is very stout (not sure about the dude who had screws that were too thin?), and everything went right in. It made removal of the pulley SO MUCH EASIER than the time I have had with them in the past. Because it is drilled for multiple pulley setups, it made installing the GrimmSpeed pulley that much easier as well. Thank you, GrimmSpeed!
GS 1 year ago
The thin screws bended. They are low quality, 7mm bolts. They could have went for 8mm (they fit the pulley just fine), better grade and add in the kit a spacer disc with 4 holes as others do, to not allow the screws to collapse. Had to waste 1/2 a day to fix a tool that was bad from concept. I normally don't fancy reviewing stuff, but for 50$, coming from a top-rated manufacturer, this was a dissapointment. On the other hand, great service RSD, ty.
Worth its weight in gold
Shannon Nicholson 1 year ago
Great tool! I think it's possible to remove and reinstall the crank pulley without this tool by putting the car in 5th (or 6th) gear with the parking brake on, but this tool makes it super easy. Cheap insurance to make a lightweight pulley install go smoothly.
Q: Should i buy this tool if dealership is installing? Wrxstiboost48778 3 years agoAnswer
I am having the dealership install my GS crank pulley. Will the dealer be able to take my pulley off and put the new one on without this tool or should i buy this and give it to them when they go to install my pulley for me? Thanks
A: The dealership will not need this tool, they should have the tooling to do the job.
Kyle A. 3 years ago
A: There are ways of installing these without our tool but we are not certain if the dealership has a method. You will need to contact your tech to see what they recommend. Mike
GrimmSpeed 3 years ago
Q: Usage of Pulley Tool meade352mxs93158 3 years agoAnswer
From what I can see, this tool is designed to be screwed into the pulley itself and then use a breaker bar to maintain pressure on the pulley and allow a second breaker bar to break the torque on the bolt itself. Is this correct?
A: You are correct. This tool attaches to the stock or Grimmspeed pulley with the supplied bolts and you can use a 1/2 inch socket wrench to hold the tool and pulley while loosening/tightening the crank pulley bolt.
Zach G. 3 years ago
A: That is correct, however, some of the OEM pulleys do not have threaded holes so the screws will simply slide in to place. If you find your OEM pulley to be like this please make sure the tool stays nice and flush while it's being rotated. Mike
GrimmSpeed 3 years ago
Q: Pulley tool Reaper.vann22067 4 years agoAnswer
Will this tool work with the Perrin crank pulley.?
A: We are unable to confirm this to work with the Perrin pulley but it is not likely with the Perrin's lack of pulley tool removal provisions.
Nick S. 4 years ago