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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:13 pm 
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I have several G10 engines sitting in the shop one has 5 bolts on the front of the crank holding the pulley on the others have only 4 bolts
I have not pulled any of them apart yet so I don't know the difference other than there's one more bolt .I'm hoping someone out there knows if there is a difference and can share what it is.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:23 pm 
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One of the pulleys uses a round tooth belt, the other uses a square tooth belt. The cam gears will be different as well to match the lower pulley.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:39 pm 
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biglady112 wrote:
One of the pulleys uses a round tooth belt, the other uses a square tooth belt. The cam gears will be different as well to match the lower pulley.

I think I was not very clear I'm not talking about the timing belt I'm referring to the belt that drives the alternator, water pump

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The cranks are the same, what is different is the crank timing belt spocket and alternator belt pulley. The 4 bolt style uses a square tooth timing belt. This is the early style from 89- mid to late 93. The 5 bolt style comes in two different versions, 93.5-95 and 96-2000. The 93.5-95 uses a 3/4" round tooth belt and the 96+ uses a 1" approximate round tooth belt. The wider belt engines also have a crank position sensor sticking out the bottom of the oil pump.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:23 am 
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me and my metro wrote:
The cranks are the same, what is different is the crank timing belt spocket and alternator belt pulley. The 4 bolt style uses a square tooth timing belt. This is the early style from 89- mid to late 93. The 5 bolt style comes in two different versions, 93.5-95 and 96-2000. The 93.5-95 uses a 3/4" round tooth belt and the 96+ uses a 1" approximate round tooth belt. The wider belt engines also have a crank position sensor sticking out the bottom of the oil pump.


Got it!! sounds like it makes no diferance on the rebuild so i might as well get after the engine on the stand.

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