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Installing onboard air, need pulley, what to use?

I have a York and all the components I'm installing, but I need the pulley off the crank. Does anyone have one of the ones from a Zuk with A/C, or are you guys using something different? Anyone ever put a York on a Zuk before? I finished one OBA air tank last night, and will complete the other today. They're made into my new rock rails, which I needed anyway.
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Re: Installing onboard air, need pulley, what to u

Take a water pump pully and cut out the middle and weld it to the bottom pully. thats all you need to do. That is how WW2 was setup for OBA and PS and a few others I made for folks.
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That doesn't throw off the balance on the crank pulley? How does the welding hold up with the W.P. pulley being stamped steel & the crank pulley being cast steel? I just mailed a W.P. pulley to a Zooker in NH so he could install power steering.
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Re: Installing onboard air, need pulley, what to use?

just pulled the a/c system from my zuk. Don't know if the compressor works or not but there was a little charge still in the system.

Anyway I have a 2 V (groove) pulley that wont fit my kick power steering setup. I just bought a single V pulley from a guy off ebay. As soon as it arives I will have an extra 2V pulley that I wont need. I gave $15 for my single V inc shipping on ebay. If you want my single V send me the $15 I spent and it's yours shipped to your door. Don't waste you time looking @ auto parts stores, no one stock's it, I've tried.

Do you have or need the compressor? I'll send you mine with all the bracketry if you want it. If it works send me 20 bucks if it doesn't junk it. All in good faith, I don't know if it works or not and don't want to take someones money if it doesn't
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Re: Installing onboard air, need pulley, what to use?

Sure, kick me your address and I'll send the money out. I have a York I'm going to use for OBA, is yours a York or the stock A/C compressor?
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Re: Installing onboard air, need pulley, what to u

No problems, the crank pullys I have seen are all stamped steel unless they are the AC pullys. I only use 4 evenly spaced welds and cut the center out with the lathe. No wobble
and no problems. just make sure the alignment is good.
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Re: Installing onboard air, need pulley, what to use?

I have a York 210 in my Zuke. Here's the link to my post from awhile back. OBA using a York 210
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Re: Installing onboard air, need pulley, what to use?

That is exactly what I was looking for, thanks. I never figured it would it, and was prepared to enlarge the hood, I'm glad to know it will fit. I also have the 210 (10.2 cfm), a few of them actually, along with the 14cfm V-twin Chrysler, but that's for the Scrambler as the compressor is larger than the Zuk engine. I find them here and there, usually for $25 and can't pass them up.
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