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Old 17-09-2016, 16:32   #1
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Perkins front bolt

Could somebody please tell me the size socket you need for the front bolt on the vibration damper/pulley of the Perkins 107-108?
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Re: Perkins front bolt

Sorry, not yet. But i do know the heat exchanger takes 1/2" and the exhaust manifold takes 9/16".
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Re: Perkins front bolt

It would be great if someone with a Perkins could tell me if I need a 1 5/16" or what? My boat is in Guatemala and I am in the USA and I need to take a socket back with me so I can turn the engine over to check the fuel pump timing. The only thing I have now is a big Monkey wrench...
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I need to take a socket back with me so I can turn the engine over to check the fuel pump timing.
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Re: Perkins front bolt

crank shaft pulley retaining bolt 1 standard socket for the 4.107 & 4.108
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Old 17-09-2016, 20:05   #7
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crank shaft pulley retaining bolt 1 standard socket for the 4.107 & 4.108
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