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well, what you could do is find a bolt (grade 8 to be safe) and a nut+washer. put the washer on the bolt. thread the nut on the bolt, thread the bolt onthe shaft on the pump. then you just tightin down the nut like your tryin to take it off the bolt the result will be the nut "pressing" the pulley on the shaft. the catch, i;m not sure that the vacum pumps have threaded shafts. you used to be able to do this the the old "70's modle power steering pumps. i assume other years too. if you cant use the bolt method, try an automotive machine shop. they should have the equip. to do it. the parts store didnt offer to do it? or was it one of them discount stores?
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