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Old 02-14-2019, 11:17 AM
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M62 Smaller Pulley search

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Where can i buy a Smaller Pulley for the Eaton M62.
I have see some, but i dont know how to install them because that here.

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I'm not sure what that is in the picture, but several places sell press-on hubs and pullies.

https://zzperformance.com/collection...-pulley-system
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I Have a Eaton M62 Kompressor with Magnet Clutch in a Mercedes W202.
And that Picture is the attachment to the shaft on the compressor. I do not know how the other disc stops, on the wave. So she does not slip . Bad English, ik.

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Is it possible to delete the magnetic clutch and just run a normal pulley?
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You mean Run with the Magnet Clucht, but Permanent like a normal Clutch? Yes.
That is how i am Driving. Because my Clutch is a bit broken.

Yust bring the 2 Parts of the Clutch together. With Bolts or with welding.
But when you durve a Mercedes you make more.
i mean 100Ω or 50Ω resistance for the ECU
I can make a picture from my Mercedes.

But back to my question with a Smaller Pulley for my M62 Kompressor
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That is my Eaton M62. And for that i need a Smaller Pulley.
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Originally Posted by David Stach View Post
I Have a Eaton M62 Kompressor with Magnet Clutch in a Mercedes W202.
And that Picture is the attachment to the shaft on the compressor. I do not know how the other disc stops, on the wave. So she does not slip . Bad English, ik.
In this picture, It looks like the M62 on the right has a normal shaft instead of splined. Could you use one of those? M62 on cobalt SS has a smooth shaft.
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Originally Posted by Slowbalt2000 View Post
In this picture, It looks like the M62 on the right has a normal shaft instead of splined. Could you use one of those? M62 on cobalt SS has a smooth shaft.
On the Top is a better Picture
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It looks like your Mercedes pulley shaft is different than the Cobalt M62 pulley shaft. Cobalt M62 pulley/hub assemblies may not work with your Mercedes M62.
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Originally Posted by jdbaugh1 View Post
It looks like your Mercedes pulley shaft is different than the Cobalt M62 pulley shaft. Cobalt M62 pulley/hub assemblies may not work with your Mercedes M62.
Have you screen from the Cobalt M62 Shaft?
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I Think i need tha

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I bought mine from here back in the day:

Smoothflow Pulleys
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a quick google search turned out this setup

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Performance...-/273674925669

pricey, but anything with splines is going to be.
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Yeah i know it.
But i hear it, it makes Problems.
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