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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    10-4 Will get the correct one ordered up
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Looking at where the alternator is I don’t think the crank water pump and power steering will clear it. I just looked at the old alternator and it does have a double pulley on it though. I will give it a try tomorrow and see if it lines up ( I don’t think it will) looking of past post here is...
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    The alternator is pinched between a bracket on the block. Not sure how to move it forward. All the brackets are original so there has to be a answer. I wonder if the crank pulley is not the right one I need ... (I hope not)
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    I bet this will do the trick !
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    It’s funny you say that I am mocking everything up now to make sure it all is going to work before I drop it in the defender all the grooves on the inner groves line up as you can see here with the old belt. however the groves on the crank shaft pulley and water pump pulley do not line up on...
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Replacement part came in ... 30 mins later it was on ... went on and felt it seat against crank shaft ... looks to be lined up perfectly with water pump pulley grooves. Ordered a crank shaft bolt to make sure this sucker doesn’t go anywhere ... the key stayed and place and can been seen from...
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Just went to Napa and they are going to replace .. always nice to find businesses that still provide customer service !
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Put the timing cover and oil pan back on (man I hope this doesn’t leak) I was going to give the crank pulley another go now that I have drillled and tap the crank. when I inspected it I noticed this. No doubt I caused this and that the key in fact did ride up and cracked the pulley. I will...
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Small dent but tank is new and in great shape
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Feed will come out of sender and return will go on top. I caped one of The extra breather lines so only will have filler and breather to hook up.
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    New tank for the 250 .. Had some left over raptor liner so I roughed up the tank and primed and coated it ... new fittings for the fuel lines I need to run also attached
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Of what me praying I don’t mess up the crank or the beer I had after ?
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Awesome ... great now you are forcing me to install new fuel tank and fuel lines ... been dreading it ! Still having nightmares of getting the old one out !
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    LED Headlight recommendation.

    I went with the J w speaker 8700 j2 bought them at a off road show at a solid discount ... crazy bright and easy to adjust. Upgrading the grill to kbx after I get new engine in
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    1989 110 SW soft top

    Engine mostly together ... revotec fans came in today along with new grill I decide to upgrade to.
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Happy to report that I was able to drill the crank shaft with the jig to the recommended depth. I bought a bottle of cutting oil and used the w bit that came with drilling kit. Kept the speed of drill on low setting and about 200-300 rpm (guessing) cleaned bit and exit hole often and oiled...
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    Good call on the torque wrench... hopefully heating and greasing will help .. oh and the key not moving up. By slowly tightening down the pulley I will be able to see that the key is set correctly and not jacking up the timing cover .... I will report back .....
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    I am going to give the jig a go later today. I like the fact that I can take it slow when pressing on. I purchased a grade 8 threaded rod and some washers and nuts. The jig drills out 1.75 inches and then you tap.. it’s a 7/16 so I figure 1.75 +- would be solid purchase to help pull the...
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    I honestly feel pretty good on drilling... the bit tolerance between the jig and bit was very tight. It slides tightly over the snout. I might heat again same time frame and grease the heck out of it and see what happens .. before I pulled the pulley I wanted to see if there was any play and...
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    GM/Chevy 250 Conversion in 90/110/130

    I will try ... I put it in the oven for 30 mins at 200 and couldn’t get it on. I just removed the pulley and noticed the timing cover seal was bent a bit .. I am guessing the key slid back and was the reason the pulley would go on all the way. I have to be honest I did hit it with rubber...
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