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1.6 ts inner crank pully

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Does anyone know if the lower (crank) cambelt pully is the same on the 1.8 and 2.0 as the 1.6?

I need a new one as a garage has taken a grinder to the one on the car while trying to do a cambelt

If anyone's got one give me a shout.


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why should you replace it. a reputable garage should replace that for you as it was their mistake.
tell them to get one from the dealers and make sure you see the reciept.

Ps if the garage took an angle grinder to it I wouldn't let them do the rest of the job
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I have a 2.0 pully if you want to pop over the house and take it you can have it FOC (oh i'm in llansamlet Swansea)
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Were they trying to remove it? There's not need to...
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I bought the car as a non-runner so it was done at some point in the last few months.

The garage clearly didn't know what they were doing as firstly they went for the crank bolt instead of the ribes and secondly they rounded the bolt trying to undo it as I doubt they knew it was a left-hand thread

They then tried to grind the bolt off unsuccessful and damaged the pulley at the same time.

Im not complaining though as it came to me cheap

Biffa I'll take you up on that if you don't mind, pm inbound
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I bought the car as a non-runner so it was done at some point in the last few months.

The garage clearly didn't know what they were doing as firstly they went for the crank bolt instead of the ribes and secondly they rounded the bolt trying to undo it as I doubt they knew it was a left-hand thread

They then tried to grind the bolt off unsuccessful and damaged the pulley at the same time.

Im not complaining though as it came to me cheap

Biffa I'll take you up on that if you don't mind, pm inbound
Should come to me i'd of sorted it for you.
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All sorted now, thanks for the pulley and bolt biffa much appreciated
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Are the 1.6/1.8/2.0's the same then, for future reference?
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Are the 1.6/1.8/2.0's the same then, for future reference?
It would appear so, 25 teeth and 62mm in diameter...
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It would appear so, 25 teeth and 62mm in diameter...
Good to know!
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Just to add to this as biffa says they are pretty much the same.

Different P/N in eper due to two additional threaded holes between two of the mounting holes for the aux pulley, don't know if they are required on the 1.8 or 2.0?

The belt all lines up fine same number of teeth and diameter so for all intents and purposes - the same.

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Ahh yes, you can used a 2.0 pulley on a 1.6 and 1.8 but not the otherway around as the additional holes will be for the balance shat pully...

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