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Billet underdrive pulleys 96-01 2v 4.6L

Picked these up from a friend. The plenum is not for sale it was a package deal I got from him. The pulleys are in good shape. Idk what to ask for them, I've seen them go for $99 used online. I'm thinking $75 plus shipping? Cash talks.

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I'm tired of looking at these. Someone make a reasonable offer

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$50+shipping. I'm looking at getting an X2 and need a little extra cash.

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Will they fit on a 95 cougar with the 4.6?
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Mmmm good question. I think they will but I'll have to look it up to make sure.

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Do you have the crank pulley hardware and alt pulley spacers with it?

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Looks like the alt pulley may not need the spacers. So just asking about they crank pulley stuff.
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Will they fit on a 95 cougar with the 4.6?
Yep.

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Thanks Matt

It's been a couple years since I installed mine but I believe you only need the provided crank bolt to get the pulley seated and then you reuse all your original hardware. I have that bolt somewhere. If not I will buy one at local hardware store and include it. I'll look up the install instructions and make sure I am right.

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That crank pulley is the piggy-back style. You need to bolt your original crank pulley on top of the underdrive one for the weight.

As for the Alt pulley, sometimes the hole is a bit to small to slide unto the shaft, but a little rub with sandpaper will fix that.

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Yup one long bolt to get the crank pulley installed and 3 short ones that are bolted to the harmonic balancer. I have the long one, working on getting the short ones to include.

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