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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Ultimate Timing Belt DIY

For those of you who need your timing belt done, some people have done it themselves. While you can get it done at independent shop (i.e. not a dealer) for $500-$700, you can also do it yourself with ~$250 of parts.

The best DIY I've seen for this is the one by BlueTTop:

I have yet to see a more thorough and detailed writeup out there. Nice work :)

1 comment:

Driveparts Direct said...

Thanks for your ideas. You can also find the details on Drive Parts Direct, at the Toothed Belt. Drive Parts Direct aims to provide you with a convenient “one stop shop” for all your Power Transmission component requirements.


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