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M130 Crank pulley bolt

So i understand some M130's had a 27mm (1 1/16") socket for the crank bolt to turn the engine over (clockwise) by hand...

however, i have what is in the attached picture...

any suggestion how to turn my engine over by hand?
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Remove spark plugs

Remove spark plugs
Engine should be easy to turn over by rotating harmonic balancer
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get some 3/4" square stock, drill 2 holes and insert bolts that stick out.
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Thanks for the tips - what m130's have this style pulley and the bolt style crank pulley?

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this engine got butchered , looks like the 27 mm bolt head got chopped . never seen that .remove the spark plugs , and turn engine at cam , you can do it , i described the way before , read it again .if you have a good tensionner / chain , you wont have any problem
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this engine got butchered , looks like the 27 mm bolt head got chopped . never seen that .remove the spark plugs , and turn engine at cam , you can do it , i described the way before , read it again .if you have a good tensionner / chain , you wont have any problem
how exactly do you chop a 27 mm bolt? is that even possible? the center has a rubber boot/cap - and i am going to pry that out and see if there is a smaller bolt inside. It has to come OFF somehow right?

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