I got a loaner puller/installer tool kit from O'reily's. And I did notice that all 3 bolts needed to be in the pump before I put the pulley on even though they came out with the broken pulley. So I avoided that obstacle.
The tool really makes this job easy. It took about an hour to complete. So I saved $100 bucks and it only cost me maybe 30 minutes of extra work. Good call Travis!
The PS pump must have been over filled, because I didn't have to add any to it. Do these PS pumps run on ATF?
'96 F250 7.3L, E4OD, 4x4, 3.55 gears, DIY intake, EBPV gutted, 3" DP to 3-1/2" SP, 203° T-stat, 1.0 Turbine Housing, 292 kmi
'97 F250HD 7.3L XCLB, E4OD, 4x4, 3.55 gears, 3" DP to 4" SP, EBPV gutted, DIY Intake, 135 kmi
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