It's been a while since I posted. I have an oil leak from the seal between the chain case and the engine block. We were trying to get an idea of how it comes off before getting into it.
We couldn't see a bolt or anything holding the pulley on... does anyone have any experience with this? I have to make a new gasket as well I imagine unless there are kits out there for this. It looks like I have to remove the oil pan as well. I was going to use the opportunity to somehow replace the float on the oil level Guage as well.
Anyone who has done this before maybe give me a heads up on things I should note?
advice on getting the pulley off?
Other than the oil leak... The car is running really great now with the new carburetor and rad.
I assume you have a W5 engine so to answer your question, Use a three jaw puller and pull the pulley straight off. It is on with only a press fit. Reinstall dry with preheat. You'll have to make all your gaskets and cut a piece of cork for the oil gauge float. The float is secured with a flat washer soldered to the wire. Not an easy task without the engine upside down!