I am replacing the clutch and bearing/pulley on a V5 compressor. Application is 1999 Pontiac Sunfire 2.4 . I removed the shaft nut, clutch plate, snapring, then pulley and bearing. Installed new parts. The "air gap" should be .020", but I am getting .050. There were no shims or washers anywhere. The only way I can see changing the gap is to use a thinner snapring and pull the pulley/bearing out closer to the end of the shaft. Or maybe using a thin ring/shim that goes under the nut and tightens the clutch plate more. It would have to be a ring, not a washer, because the nut seems to be bottoming out on the shaft where the taper starts (hope you can picture that).
Any ideas how this is done?