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Thread: How To: Crank pulley -- Oil Pump -- Spacer (all common combinations explained!)

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2012-02-24 16:53:23
blo0d I can't say for sure not having any measurements for a DET oil pump drive collar.

Does anyone know the length of the DET oil pump drive collar? If it is long enough to stick out past the oil pump drive, then you're in good shape. The next question is if the DET pulley will physically clear all of the protrusions on the VE oil pump. My guess is it should, but that's tentative.
Last edited by BenFenner on 2013-02-20 at 22-05-07.
2012-02-24 16:54:48
crash course, since this topic has come up a bit and your thread has more interest I think it is time for a VE pick-up tube How To.

I'll get on that ASAP.
2012-05-26 12:55:29
Hey Ben where's all the pics?'m going to be needing this thread in a few weeks when I do my build.
2012-05-26 15:13:28
Pics missing from post #2 will get restored in the next couple minutes. Let me get on that.
2012-05-26 15:24:27
ok thanks.
2012-05-26 15:50:49
Pics should be back. Let me know if any are missing.
2012-05-26 16:36:14
It might just be my work PC but every pic from post 2 is dead
2012-05-26 16:41:43
Try hard-refreshing the page?
Can anyone else confirm pics in post #2 are all gone? I am seeing them...

(They are hosted on Facebook, so I wouldn't be surprised if they were blocked at work.)
Last edited by BenFenner on 2012-05-26 at 18-03-33.
2012-06-05 01:42:09
now i have a ve pump, ve spacer, ve pulley, ve pick up. i wanted to install this on my de. from reading i should be good because im using the ve spacer, if i was to use the de spacer i would need a gspec spacer along with the de spacer to compensate the ~1/4 difference. so i should be good with the ve pump spacer and pulley on a de correct?
2012-06-05 01:50:43
That all sounds correct, yes. If you have the VE oil pump drive collar, then you don't need the G-spec spacer.
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