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Timing Belt Kit #1662755
04/01/2023 23:47
04/01/2023 23:47
Joined: Dec 2020
Posts: 16
Gold Coast, Qld, Australia
Aus20vt Offline OP
Aus20vt  Offline OP

Joined: Dec 2020
Posts: 16
Gold Coast, Qld, Australia
Is there any experience with the SKF timing belt kit?

Re: Timing Belt Kit [Re: Aus20vt] #1662758
05/01/2023 11:17
05/01/2023 11:17
Joined: Dec 2005
Posts: 674
Jamiepm Online yippee
Club member 1989
Jamiepm  Online Yippee
Club member 1989
Enjoying the ride

Joined: Dec 2005
Posts: 674
SKF are decent quality so no reason not to use their kit

its more important to correctly follow the sequence to 'time' the engine, cambelt failures are pretty rare where the aux belt wasn't a factor

Should be driving it soon !

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