WTB ‘72 PS Pump Pulley

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  1. CRJ Driver

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    BMW says NLA...
    W&N only has ‘73 & up...
    Maximillian can only order one from Germany for $125 (!)

    Local farm store has very beefy units starting at $7....

    Would love to keep it OEM, but not a necessity. Just ask my Alpinas, Bilsteins, and Nardi...

    Any alternative suggestions are most welcome!

    Thanks, Tom
     
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    Contact Double 02 Salvage they might have some
     
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    Indeed, the pump is still in the car, I can inspect mine but it should be good. Do you just need the pulley or would you like the whole pump and pulley?
     
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    Just The pulley would be absolutely fantastic!

    Mine was slightly out of round, so I wasn’t as careful as I could have been removing it. Pretty much destroyed mine despite using the correct tool, heat & two weeks worth of penetrating fluid...

    Please let me know! Thanks in advance, Tom
     
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    They are easy to mess up when removing
     
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    I'll have to see if I've still got a puller set, I'd rather not mess it up!
     
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    #1 to what Steve said... I’m surprised at the softness of the metal used here, and I’m guessing it’s the reason mine had its slightly out of round wobble. I’d be heartbroken if it was the one I planned to reuse, perfect 20/20 hindsight would have me taking it to a ‘pro’ for removal...

    I now understand why the E24 dude that rebuilds our pumps charges $17 if he has to remove the pulley...

    Thanks again & good luck, wizzurp!

    Cash/check/buddy passes on AA anywhere they fly. Let me know!

    Tom
     
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    At worst I dont mind sending the whole pump, I've got very little use for it.
    Wyatt
     
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    Holding onto the pulley without damaging it while loosening the nut is also a problem
     
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    And that’d be fine too Wyatt.

    What are you asking for the whole deal?
     
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    I have no idea what it is worth, Ebay must be useless because the only used one I found was 1000 dollars. Am I missing something?
     
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    sometimes youll see abolt for 1000
     
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    i set mine in a vice with spacers and came right off
     
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    That part number shows 73+, will that fit the earlier cars?
     
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    I think car production is not the only thing to look at.
    Pumps have different pulley diameter, that depend on pressure they support. 82bar pump have slightly smaller pulley diameter than 100bar pump.
    Later type pumps with aluminium case have different type of pulley mount.
     
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    And for the record, if BMW says NLA then Maximilian won’t be able to get it either, he resells BMW parts.
     
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    Thanks for all of the input guys...

    Wizzurp, honestly I think you’d dona lot better selling the whole lot to someone that needs it all. If you’re willing to try to remove the pulley, I’d be a buyer in the $100 & under range...
     
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    196F03C1-EB7F-4583-9442-EE16C9F6B419.jpeg 7CEC4A20-82AB-4CD2-9792-C773F5CFB499.jpeg It gets complicated....
    Measure the pulley and post a pic.
     

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