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ok, I'm in the market for a pulley for my car, however...one concern of mine, I know with hondas and a few other cars, if you take out the pulley and replace it with an aftermarket one, you loose the harmonic balencer in the pulley (basically little rubber grommet).....now from what i've heard, the scions are internally balanced, so that won't effect our motors...any confirmation on this? i don't want to get a new pulley without the balancer and end up hearing that lovely ticking noise in a couple of months or so. Thanks :D
 

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i have the AGENCY POWER PULLEY, for over 6mo. and i hav'nt had any prob.
i know alot guys are runnin PERRIN PULLEY, and i personally hav'nt heard them say anything neg. regards PERRIN also.

i like the upgrade, and i should've done it long time ago.
 

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I haven't had any problems with my Perrin Pulley and have never came across anyone that has.
 

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Did you guys do it yourself, or let a shop do it?

I'm asking because I don't have access to air tools, which I know are a big help in pulley installations.
 

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^^^ Same answer^^^
 

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1LowXB said:
same here....
+1...perrin pulley is well worth the money
 
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