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Default Transmission pulley spacer

Am changing my tranny pulley from a 27 tooth to a 29
tooth. When I pulled the 27 tooth off, a spacer fell
from behind the pulley. I think its the tranny pulley
spacer. Does this spacer just sit in loosely behind
the pulley or is it pressed in somehow? I couldn't
find this specific info in the service manual.
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I checked all 4 manuals I have .... this spacer is not shown or mentioned in any of them ....
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Yeah, that spacer fits against the seal.
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Just check that the new pulley is the same width as the old one..... as there is 2 different widths...and they require different spacers
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