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  • Essy Round Tooth Pullies and Width

    Is the intermediate shaft pulley with the standard Essy Ranger belt kit supposed to be wider than the cam pulley?

    I went to put the cover on with my essy pulleys and the intermediate shaft pulley is too thick. It is about 2 tenths of an inch thicker than the crank and cam pulleys, 1.15 to 1.35".

    Did I get a wide belt int pulley, or is it normal to not be able to put the plastic cover on?

    (all 3 stock pulleys are the same width ~1.07")
    Last edited by luvtolean; 04-26-2008, 09:35 PM.

  • #2
    Can't tell you the width differences but it won't be a wide belt puleey. The wide belt and pulleys have a different pitch and won't interchange.

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    • #3
      Dang.

      OK, well, what am I looking for to get a round tooth intermediate pulley out of the boneyard then?

      Rangers and do the Mustang 2.3s ever go round belt?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by luvtolean View Post
        what am I looking for to get a round tooth intermediate pulley out of the boneyard then?
        Cam and aux Sprocket are one in the same

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        • #5
          Originally posted by NavySVO View Post
          Cam and aux Sprocket are one in the same


          I see a pick n' pull run in my future...does anyone know if any of the NA Mustangs have round tooth pullies, or only Rangers?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by luvtolean View Post


            I see a pick n' pull run in my future...does anyone know if any of the NA Mustangs have round tooth pullies, or only Rangers?
            I got my round toothe crank SPROCKET from a hook-up at the Ford dealer ($11.00), and it was from a 93 2.3L....doesn't really matter if it's a Ranger or not.

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            • #7
              Thanks again, that was my guess.

              Rather than deal with my local pick and pull which charges a king's ransom for parts anyway, I might just do that too.

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              • #8
                Ford P/Ns

                Cam/Aux sprockets F1ZZ-6256A
                Crank sprocket F1ZZ-6306A

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                • #9
                  [rant]Damn, I've now been to 5 pick n pulls and have yet to find one round tooth pulley.

                  un-f'ing believable.[/rant]

                  Not long ago my local breakers had at least 3 cars that had them.

                  Only thing I have to show for my efforts is a Volvo head, and some rubber rear quarter molding that kinda matches the SVO.

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                  • #10
                    Well, it appears that Ford has obsoleted round tooth cam pullies, so I can't buy one.

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                    • #11
                      I might be mistaken (imagine that!), but I am pretty sure the 87-88 TCs have the round tooth sprockets. Have you tried TF?

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                      • #12
                        If you can find a place that sells dynagear products they may still make them. Here it the list of what they make for the 2.3L.

                        the fields as shown in the picture are:
                        part description, part number, no. of teeth and the OEM part number

                        looks like dynagear is owned by cloyes..
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                        Last edited by Runkster; 05-09-2008, 01:16 PM.

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                        • #13
                          Have you tried TF?
                          Nope. I didn't think I'd have this issue as my local pick n pull seemed to always have late 4 banger Mustangs in stock. I want to put this thing back together this weekend, so if my parts house can't get it in a day from the aftermarket, I think I'll just put the square tooth stuff back on with a new belt and save the round tooth stuff for later. (and maybe mill the pulley)

                          Sweet Runkster! I have a really good local parts house that might be able to do something with that.

                          Did you guys know Ford has also obsoleted the valve-cover gasket?
                          Last edited by luvtolean; 05-09-2008, 04:28 PM.

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                          • #14
                            CHECK THE RNGERS, any 2.3-2.5 ranger from around 92 and up will probably have them. But I to might be mistaken.
                            <- Got fuel?

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                            • #15
                              Yeah, checked every Ranger I could find. None had the newer 2.3 or 2.5. Found 2.9s, and even a 302 conversion...

                              Such a stupid thing to struggle to find.

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