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I need some help please. Those of you with the TTE Compressor will have noticed that the main pulley on the compressor itself has a black plastic cover on the front.

This cover is held on with 3 screws, and a bolt in the centre.

I need to remove this cover so it can be replaced with a polished one, but I dont want to remove it if there going to be surprises, i.e oil spillage or internal components that twang everywhere :crybaby:

has anyone removed this cover? What is behind it, and is it safe to remove?

Thanks

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I need some help please.  Those of you with the TTE Compressor will have noticed that the main pulley on the compressor itself has a black plastic cover on the front.

This cover is held on with 3 screws, and a bolt in the centre.

I need to remove this cover so it can be replaced with a polished one, but I dont want to remove it if there going to be surprises, i.e oil spillage or internal components that twang everywhere  :crybaby:

has anyone removed this cover?  What is behind it, and is it safe to remove?

Thanks

allways had the same thought myself :o

let me know what happens :lol:

and i will have a polished replacement one if you have some :D

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hi pete,

if u mean the flimsy black plastic cover then its ok to remove it, nothing behind  there except the retaining bolt for the SC drive pulley - no oil etc (only oil is in the front of the main unit)

Thanks Fluff ! :winky:

Rob will do fine pete :D

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