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I recently purchased a 94 civic and the harmonic balancer was wobbling and kept slinging the belts, while removing the old one which the center was wore out of I seen it had created a sort of a “burr” on the end of my crank, is it possible to mount a new harmonic balancer and fill the gap with aluminum foil or something of the sort without having to pull the motor? May sound like a dumb idea just something someone told me I could do
 

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Also don’t wanna pull the crank because I’ll have to reset the time I believe, please enlighten me if wrong
 

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I recently purchased a 94 civic 5 speed d15b7 and the harmonic balancer was wobbling and kept slinging the belts, while removing the old one which the center was wore out of I seen it had created a sort of a “burr” on the end of my crank, is it possible to mount a new harmonic balancer and fill the gap with aluminum foil or something of the sort without having to pull the motor? May sound like a dumb idea just something someone told me I could do
 

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If the new pulley goes on smoothly by hand and does not wobble when the motor is turning, I think you are fine.

Get it running, check pulley wobble or lack of wobble.

If it is good to go, I personally would remove the pulley again, and clean the threads of the crank bolt hole, and use a NEW crank bolt to install.

Honda's torque spec is also important to follow. Find one of the available tech manuals to download, and follow it to the T
 

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no need for 2 threads.
 
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