Timing belt change = holding the crank - How?

Kneale Brownson kneale at coslink.net
Sat May 7 12:13:35 EDT 2005

The 2084 looks like the black thing in the middle of the pile of Huw's
tools at:  http://www.humanspeakers.com/audi/images/tbwp-90a.jpg     A
somewhat obscure view of its application  is at

The tool has a collar that's notched to go around the protrusion on the
inside ring of the vibration damper.  You take off the vibration damper and
crank timing belt pulley as one assembly.  The circular cutout on the other
end of 2084 from the end that engages the damper goes around the support
that's supposed to keep the engine from going too far forward.

At 11:43 AM 5/7/2005 -0400, harchris wrote:
>I have the front end stripped on my '87 5ktq, and am trying to take off the
>crank bolt. How do I hold the crank from spinning. I built a tool to hold the
>vibration damper, but that still allows the crank to spin. what does the tool
>2084 do? How do I fabricate one?
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