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Old 30-01-2014, 10:50   #1
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Perkins Pulley purchase problem

Hi all,
My Cambria lay unused for 13 years and only lightly used before that. 'Has about 550 hrs on the 4-154 which purrs like a kitten. I need to dual pulley the crank for the dual belt alternator and then get a different offset water pump pulley so I can belt it to the crank and water pump">raw water pump.

TAD does not list discontinued 4-154 parts. Are there stock, standard pulleys available anywhere? Even non-perkins pulleys would work of course. Any source for engine pulleys? I see McMaster-Carr has lots of pulley but they seem not quite to dimension. I could do a dedicated serpentine set up too but then still need pulleys for that.

Where do Motorheads get this stuff?
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Old 30-01-2014, 11:07   #2
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Re: Perkins Pulley purchase problem


They supplied the pulleys for my 4-108 serpetine belt redo.
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