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If you have access to an machine shop they can make you the bolt to pull off the pulley, All the companies. I worked for had machine shop / prototype shop. I have been able to hold the engine from turning by removing the access panel to check the flywheel place a small wrecking bar, (don't know correct name maybe nail puller) a bar looking like a cane / shepherds hook. Use this by placing the curved end into the flywheel teeth then turn engine to lock it in place.

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Call around some indy porsche shops in your area they may rent you the holding tool for a few bucks. If that doens't work you could try calling the dealer and maybe giving them a deposit for the cost of the tool? Long shot but worth a try. You dont really need 9285/1, just be careful and gentle when pulling the pulley off so you dont bend it. You will certainly need something to counter the pulley when loosening and tightening. The 24mm bolt that is holding the pulley onto the crank is uber tight.

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