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· New '98 Discovery LSE Owner
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Hey forum,

I have been working on getting the broken crankshaft pulley bolt out, and my grandpa and i finally got it. Upon inspection of the pulley itself there is a crack in it. I am uploading a few pictures of it and would like your opinions on whether or
not it needs to be replaced or if it is not that big of an issue.


· Land Rover... Official off road Jeep recovery vehi
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Definitely replace it! No question.
What he said, you dont want that thing spinning at over 2000 rotations per minuite, especially when its under pressure the tension of a rubber belt that can fray and break if due to the crack. replace it! and while you're down there its not a bad idea to go ahead and do the waterpump if you havent already it will fail if it hasn't already. IMO it just makes sense you're killing 2 birds with one stone.
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