13521-43020 Crankshaft timing pulley

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    13521-43020 Crankshaft timing pulley

    Hi,
    Looking for a replacement for my 13521-43020 Crankshaft timing pulley. Mine was damaged by an over-eager mechanic during engine rebuild tear down. I think I've exhausted all new source options.

    '86 5MGE manual transmission.
    (edit- Wenatchee, WA)

    thanks,
    Phil
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    Phil, post your general location, might have another forum member close by with that part...
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    I got your PM, but I don't have enough posts to PM you back, until I hit 15 it says it will only go to staff. Yes, please!
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    This is interesting. A 7 M one could be machined to fit a 5 MGE?
    https://www.celicasupra.com/forums/a...p/t-69228.html
    Thought that were 2 different styles of teeth used.Rounded and square types.
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    Thanks to everyone. I've found a replacement pulley!

    Remember to those doing work, when a SST (special service tool) is called for, make sure to use it. For this particular part, I used one I found on Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/173903910414

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