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Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by Pinkfloyd4me2 » Sun Aug 06, 2017 5:43 am

In need of a crankshaft pulley 1961 monza

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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by bbodie52 » Sun Aug 06, 2017 6:27 am

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Part number CU110: USED RIVETED METAL CRANK PULLEY

Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz
Catalog Pages(s): U,3(43)
Price: $ 10.00


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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by corvairnorm » Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:49 am

I have a riveted pulley. $10 plus shipping.
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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by Pinkfloyd4me2 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:34 pm

I have a 1961.. And it has a riveted pulley ...The rivets are loose and it makes a clanking noise.. Its a Texas car btw.. Thanks

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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by Pinkfloyd4me2 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:34 pm

1961 monza 900

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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by bbodie52 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 7:23 pm

:think: I cannot see any reason why you could not substitute a solid cast pulley for the original riveted pulley. All of the critical dimensions are the same, but the cast pulley should not be subject to the physical decay that you discovered with your riveted pulley. The solid cast pulley was introduced in the 2004 model year and was used on all 95 hp Corvair engines. It might be a little bit harder to find, since it was only installed on the low horsepower engines from 1964 and later, where the riveted pulley was found in all Corvair engines from 1960 to 1963. The rarity of the cast pulley may affect its cost. You might want to call the Corvair Ranch to get a price.

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Here are the prices for the used pulleys from Clark's Corvair Parts…
Part number CU80: USED SOLID CAST PULLEY-ALL YEARS

Weight: 6 lbs 0 oz
Catalog Pages(s): U,3(43)
Price: $ 28.00


Part number CU110: USED RIVETED METAL CRANK PULLEY

Weight: 2 lbs 0 oz
Catalog Pages(s): U,3(43)
Price: $ 10.00
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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by Pinkfloyd4me2 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 4:57 am

Thank you!

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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by corvairnorm » Thu Aug 17, 2017 3:51 pm

Did you find one? I posted that I have one. Maybe you missed my post
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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by Pinkfloyd4me2 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 6:52 pm

I found one! Thank you!... I'll buy the dipstick from you though

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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by rcavictor » Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:55 am

What is the correct pulley for a '66 180 turbo motor? I have a harmonic balancer and have been told that is incorrect - should be cast...

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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by bbodie52 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 5:24 am

rcavictor wrote:Fri Aug 18, 2017 6:55 am

What is the correct pulley for a '66 180 turbo motor? I have a harmonic balancer and have been told that is incorrect - should be cast...
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All Corvair engines from 1964 through 1969 have an engine displacement of 164 cubic inches. All of them, with the exception of the low 95 hp engine, REQUIRE a harmonic balancer. I believe that the 95 hp engine — equipped with a solid cast pulley — was likely a budget compromise mandated more by the accounting department at GM rather than the engineering department. The harmonic balancer became necessary because of the increased crankshaft stroke that was implemented in 1964 to increase the engine displacement. All of these crankshafts are susceptible to harmonics that can ultimately form cracks and stress fractures in the crankshaft. While the low horsepower (95 hp) engine was deemed in the mid-1960s to be subject to less operating stress than the 110 hp or greater engines, the forecasted operational lifespan of a Corvair engine was certainly not foreseen to be more than 50 years!
Clark's Corvair Parts wrote:These are a must for higher-performance Corvair engines & a good investment for lower-horsepower motors. They help to remove or decrease crank vibration for a smoother-running, longer-lasting engine.
Properly remanufactured or new harmonic balancers should definitely be the only type purchased for your 180 hp turbocharged engine. Used harmonic balancers are not a good idea, because of the rubber component that holds the inner hub and outer ring together tends to decay with age. There is no way to know how much operational life remains with a used harmonic balancer.
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Re: Crank shaft pulley 1961 monza

Unread post by rcavictor » Fri Aug 18, 2017 9:47 am

Thank you!

Been lurking on the forum for more than a year. GREAT info here that has been instrumental in my education and purchases. I just sold my second-owner original survivor 66 Monza Sport Sedan, and currently have a 64 convertible which we have installed a 66 180 turbo motor. Corvairs are fun and great conversation starters :)


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