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|Comment||Thanks for the reply. I appreciate your thoughts on this. Welding the pulley on would certainly make it impossible to later remove the snap ring that holds the input shaft in place. That's why I'm thinking about trying to drill it and put a roll pin through the pulley and shaft. Uncharted territory, but perhaps worth a try before removing the whole unit and splitting the case. Thanks again, David. Mike|
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