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  • Stahls 4" pulley

    Anyone ever try the Tuffy 4" pulley? Yea or Nay? Im ordering 2 of them monday to test them out along with two B-188 belts. Love to hear some feedback!

    deadwood
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    Re: Stahls 4" pulley

    Deadwood,

    4 inch pulleys run too slow.

    5 inch pulleys are purfect.

    With 4 inch pulleys you get too many head 1st pins up the dist.

    If you order your pulley's from Grainger they are cheaper. Only $4 apiece.

    Rich

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      Re: Stahls 4" pulley

      What is too slow? I put a Vantage adj. Pulley on a lane and slowed it down a ton. Of course you need to tweek your pin guide to hold onto the pins a little longer, but the head first pins only occur when the dizzy is at the 6-10 or that split second 9 position. What is the time difference between the 5" and 4"?

      deadwood
      Well thats just like your opinion man...

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        Re: Stahls 4" pulley

        I agree with Rich but not for the same reason.

        If you need to slow the PW down that much, you need to look somewhere else for whatever problem it is that you're having. The 5" pulley gives ample time for the dist. to recover from most every scenario that a time delay will help with.

        In my opinion, 4" pulleys are overkill, although the head 1st thing can be adj. out.

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          Re: Stahls 4" pulley

          Welp i took a look at the big picture. 6" is stock and found when i put the adj pulley on a lane it was down to 5" I will go with the 5" pulley. Cant wait till i get em to try them out!

          deadwood
          Well thats just like your opinion man...

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