Ed C is a clever, resourceful, and all-around nice guy on the board who took some measurements of his crank pulley and had a shop cut some metal to form a tool to fit inside the pulley so that one could tighten and loosen it as needed. Through his generosity he made a couple of extra ones and they are "floating" around. Needless to say, I have one of them. The practice has been for the person wanting it to pay shipping for the tool and the person who has it to send it on. Search for EdC and you should be able to find tons of info on it. I'm sure you could also direct any questions to Ed. If he's still on the board, I'm sure he'd be happy to respond.
It didn't fit exactly flush on my pulley, but it worked well enough that with the help of another pair of hands, I was able to replace my water pump.
If you want it, PM me your address and I'll send it on. Taro
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