STUBBORN HARMONIC DAMPENER REMIDY BY G&G
Those familiar with LS engines will often tell you the most frustrating part in the dismantling process is the removal of the harmonic damper. For some, the process consumes hours. A slow taper is a mighty effective method for locking two components. But a new patented tool, the GGT-180 from G & G Technics overcomes the impediments.
By engaging the puller’s three tangs behind the spokes of the damper—no bolts required—and tightening the jacking screw, the damper is swiftly freed from its bond with the crankshaft. The M-16 threaded jacking screw is made from 8.8-grade high tensile steel and is operated by a 24mm socket. The screw rotates within the thrust bearing; its main purpose is to protect the end of the crank. The body of the puller is formed from an investment casting of hightensile steel and hardened and tempered.
Part Number: GGT-180 | MSRP: $165.00 USD www.ggtechnics.com