[V8] Crank Pulley Holding Tool

jpb3wvu at frontiernet.net jpb3wvu at frontiernet.net
Tue Mar 23 13:02:59 EST 2004


I am the perp in question regarding the lost tool!  I ended up making
one with the awsome help of Ken and his diagram.   I feel very bad that
UPS lost the tool.  I have had many conversations on the phone with
their claims department regarding this and am glad that they are at
least compensating Ken for his troubles.  This is the first time UPS
has done this to me, they have delivered countless packages to my
address over the years and have never before "lost" something.  The
worst part is that I know they did not deliver it the day they said
because there was over a foot of snow on the ground and I live in a
place where there is no way a UPS truck could deliver under those
conditions unless they physically walked the tool up the hill where my
house sits and I seriously doubt they did that.  Furthermore my fiance
was home the entire day b/c she didn't have to go to work becuase of
the weather!!!

Anyways, sorry Ken.

And as I said before, you can have the tool I made.

John Burns

Quoting "Stafford, Kenneth A." <stafford at WPI.EDU>:

> Steve says:
> when you make yourself a new tool perhaps you can put
> together some pictures and text there that would make it so that you
> wouldn't need to ship yours out again ...
> No problem, I've attached the drawing--pretty self explanatory, just
> welded
> steel, took me about 30 minutes to put it together.  I am claiming
> the
> $125.55 from Zelenda (although the local Audi place quoted me
> $93--but they
> probably have the wrong part!).  BTW, this was the only special tool
> I needed
> to do my TB change.
> Ken
> 91V8Q

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