After 3 days of struggling, it's time to ask for help. I'm in the process of installing a TRD supercharger and I need to remove the crankshaft pulley bolt. The TRD instructions say to hit the bolt with an impact gun to remove it like it's a piece of cake. I have a 500 ft lb and a 850 ft lb impact gun and neither will break the bolt free. I guess my tank isn't beefy enough? It's a 30 gallon Husky but the gauge only goes up to 200 lbs and the air kicks off at 150lb. For the heck of it, I tried using sixth gear and a 3 foot cheater bar, bolt won't budge but pulley rotates a little bit which concerns me. No luck. I called toyota service solutions to order the SST tools needed. I have 09330-00021 but need 09213-54015. It's back ordered until June 16th. So I'm at the point where I'm going to build my own tool like I've seen here before. The tool will help me break that bastard bolt free and be able to torque it to spec once I'm done. The tool is basically a thick piece of metal with a big hole in it to clear the main crankshaft bolt, and two holes for smaller bolts to thread into the pulley. Does anyone know the center to center distance between the two smaller holes? Thanks guys.