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    Sheave replacement

    Seeking assistance and/or tips on how to replace an indoor fan driven sheave on a York packaged unit, Model # D1EG090N13046E S#NHFM104164.
    An older RTU with the drive components on the bottom with about 4" of clearance to the unit base. The motor sheave is accessible and I will pull the motor if needed, but that driven sheave is tough. If I was in a maint shop I'd fabricate a simple bar puller with some CRS and weld a nut, tap a strongbar and clamps, etc. Any pros out here run into this issue?? Thank you.

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    Mar 2007
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    pull the entire blower assembly out and change it outside the unit,

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    Jan 2011
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthTex View Post
    pull the entire blower assembly out and change it outside the unit,
    +1 just label the wires so you know where they went

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