Recently picked up a 2000 v6 with a blown motor could use help.

Edward S

Member
Im curious as to which picture pete is looking at because the first picture edward posted it is impossible to discern what type of balancer it is.

The second picture shows a better angle, not a great angle but youre able to see that its a neutral balance balancer.

How is this still a discussion?
because I like to argue for the sake of arguing sometimes.. lol
 

Pete fender

Pete Fender
Looking at it closer, the original thumbnail picture posted, when expanded, is hard to tell.
There are numbers cast in the back of it that will match one of the ones in the blue chart I posted above.
But, if you do not have a counterweight, it is internally balanced, with an under-drive pulley that will fit either one.
For some reason, there are several internally balanced balancers.
I don't know why, but the numbers still should match the original.
To save time, here is the chart...
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Edward S

Member
Looking at it closer, the original thumbnail picture posted, when expanded, is hard to tell.
There are numbers cast in the back of it that will match one of the ones in the blue chart I posted above.
But, if you do not have a counterweight, it is internally balanced, with an under-drive pulley that will fit either one.
For some reason, there are several internally balanced balancers.
I don't know why, but the numbers still should match the original.
To save time, here is the chart...
View attachment 166022
late to the party, but I saved popcorn. Thanks for the info as well
 
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