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ok well heres the deal... im getting steed u/d's for my birthday later this week..... does anybody have step by step instructions on how to install these things rather quick (if 2 hours is quick for them)? and what tools necessary..... ?? im saying i have 2 hours because that is how long i have to work on my car in my shop at school.... and my teacher said he would let me do it next week.

or do installation instructions come with them... probably different for a t-bird than the typical mustang

any help would be appreciated!

thanks,

Patrick
 

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Red96Bird said:
ok well heres the deal... im getting steed u/d's for my birthday later this week..... does anybody have step by step instructions on how to install these things rather quick (if 2 hours is quick for them)? and what tools necessary..... ?? im saying i have 2 hours because that is how long i have to work on my car in my shop at school.... and my teacher said he would let me do it next week.

or do installation instructions come with them... probably different for a t-bird than the typical mustang

any help would be appreciated!

thanks,

Patrick
Yes... the instructions do come with them, and I would be remiss if I didn't say the obligatory "did you clean your MAF?" .... oh... wrong response for the question... search is your friend. But here is how I did it. Didn't take two hours.
 

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I did mine in 45 mins not bad at all.
 

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If you purchased your Steeda Underdrive pulleys brand new, they should come with instructions. If you purchased them used, they most likely will have the instructions, unless the seller stated otherwise.

In any case, you can obtain the install instructions by clicking here.

I hope that helps somehow.
 

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Me and my brother put on a set of the March ones in an hour. We took the fan off the radiator and that gave us enough room to get the impact wrench in there to make busting the bolts off easy without turning the motor. But, don't forget that you will need a puller...that crank pulley did not want to slide off like the others did.

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are march and steeda pullies the same( i know that steedas are same as ASP.)? also...where can i get a set of U/D pullies for cheap...i searched ebay and they show up for like around 150...im thinking thats the price they kinda go for...thanks
 

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smoky, $150 is a good price for new steeda's.

red96bird, if you have an impact wrench at your shop you can install the pullies in under an hour.

Frank
 

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yup have 3 (impacts) as a matter of fact...and also the crank pully puller...... so no issues at all!,

thanks for all your help!
 

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one more thing...


smoky....thats where im getting mine from (well my dad is ordering them for my b-day from there)....off of ebay...ill have to let u know how they turn out (or i could even show you because u live somewhat close
 

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i'm in michigan too.....:rolleyes:
 

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that be tight...i live right next to detroit..GP to be exact...midland would be a little far as i understand its west of MI, but troy is doable...
 

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every other weekend im in St. Clair shores...so im about 20 minutes closer if that helps?

right at 10 mile and I-94
 

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steeda's are repackaged ASP's....there on in the same......pulleys shouldnt take long if you dont have trouble with the crank......thats on there crazy tight....but an impact wrench and a crank pulley puller will make that task simple
 
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