Want get this pulley off to swap it with one i can use the hand crank with
Any ideas on how it comes off
Ther was two allan screws in the threaded holes
One hole missing half the threads see pics
Crank sleeve is out for replacement
Never seen one like this
I believe it is a "taper lock" pulley or "QD bushing type pulley".
Search some of those terms on u-tube and you should get it pretty quick.
Yeah i posted also on facebook
On model T page got the same info
Will get back on it in the morning
Always nice learn something new
That's a browning taper lock hub. Take the set screws out of the holes they are in and move them to the other two holes and tighten them. They will push the tapered center out of the pulley and the pulley will slide off at that point.
It appears to be a DODGE Taperlock bushing.
It has two half threaded holes on the sheave and one half threaded hole on the bushing. thread a allen bolt into the hole opposite the split and tighten snuggly until the sheave loosens. Rapping with brass hammer if needed.
I sold them 40 years ago
The crank stub sure looks short to me. I hope I'm wrong
Put one of the two bolts removed into the hole with only half threads and tighten either until the pulley comes loose from the taper lock inner sleeve or until it's very tight. Once the "pusher" bolt is tight then tap on the face of the pulley trying to free it from the inner sleeve taper lock that will remain on the shaft. After the pulley is loose on the taper lock then remove the "pusher" bolt and tap a thin wedge (flat tip screwdriver) into the split in the taper lock sleeve and slide it off from the crankshaft.
I can't read the stamping on the bushing.
If it is 1210, 1215, 2020, 2517, 2525. it is Dodge.
AT close inspection it is a taper lock pulley. These things are used on electric motors, pump shafts, compressors and etc. Never thought about one on a T crankshaft. Wonder why here other than the crank is worn to the point where a standard T pulley wont stay tight enough? Or to short? ???
That pulley was made for a v belt. Perhaps the owner who installed it wanted to use a v belt.
Yes the T has a V belt got the pulley with help here and over on facebook
There was no pin in the crank just tight clamped gold
Attach a another pulley and left the V belt why just need to acquire the pullies for a flat belt
At least now i can use my crank