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    4 pin disc in SC - Help, How to remove using 4 pin tool?

    Can someone please help me work out how to remove that 4 pin disc that houses the oil seal? I have the tool for it and I'm assuming you get it spinning and then wiggle it out?

    I've had a couple of goes but its not budging!!!

    Is there a trick to it? I didn't want to go any further as I'm only shagging out the holes!!

    Heating it up is a no-no?

    Advice appreciated in advance!


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    A little heat around the OD should help break the loc-tite loose.

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    Thanks, I'll bring the heat!

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    I'm gonna sleep on it, gave it a fair bit of heat and then ended up breaking a 1/4 to 1/2 adaptor!

    I'm probably just doing something wrong...

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    Yep you are, that tool is mean to be used with a 3/8 ratchet, you will need to use that for sure, probably one with a long handle. you won't get it out with a 1/4 ratchet. There is alot of loc-tite on those threads and it is in there good. Think leverage!

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    Definatly use some heat on the threads..Dont be afraid, as long as you take the hat and O ring off theres nothing your gonna hurt...Like Tommy said too, use a 3/8 ths ratchet with leverage and work it back and forth that way you dont strip out the threads on the thrust washer and housing..Then once you get ready to put it back together you can use either blue loctite or pipe thread compound paste..

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    Thanks for the advice...

    I meant 3/8 (Sorry!)

    I'll get some decent heat onto it later today.

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    Check out the thread on the seals. There is the service manual pages on the specs and removal procedures for that ring. But just like everyone mention. Use heat. Be careful. I take it your trying to install the seal I sent ya?

    It is threaded into the charger body. This is not a press fit item.

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    Thanks for the help guys!! (Thanks SF for the seal + PM too) All sorted now, new seal in etc.

    For those who will attempt the same,
    I ended up blow torching the threaded area until it started smoking... And then the disc spun out fairly easily (Normal right hand thread)

    A little tip on those guys doing work on the SC:

    If you want to seat the roller bearings nice and flat (And not loose any!) use grease on the shaft to make them tack to the shaft and then wrap a fine thread (needle thread will do) around all the pins on the shaft (say 2 loops) and then pull the thread tight+work it left to right, it should seat them to the metal shaft real close... Then slide the new 16/17 tooth gear over the start of the needles and then pull the thread out!

    And Bob's your uncle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolzer View Post
    Thanks for the help guys!! (Thanks SF for the seal + PM too) All sorted now, new seal in etc.

    For those who will attempt the same,
    I ended up blow torching the threaded area until it started smoking... And then the disc spun out fairly easily (Normal right hand thread)

    A little tip on those guys doing work on the SC:

    If you want to seat the roller bearings nice and flat (And not loose any!) use grease on the shaft to make them tack to the shaft and then wrap a fine thread (needle thread will do) around all the pins on the shaft (say 2 loops) and then pull the thread tight+work it left to right, it should seat them to the metal shaft real close... Then slide the new 16/17 tooth gear over the start of the needles and then pull the thread out!

    And Bob's your uncle...
    thanks for the TIP i just bought a supercharger kit from Jerry ...ordered it last night it should be in in a week or so and will be attempting this my self as well ...i never got into anything with him about the supercharger kit but to comfirm it does come with a new drive gear then.?

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