Timing belt service

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JB I'm with Chris on this one.
Its a small price to pay for knowing that the one bit of your engine
that is guaranteed to wreck it if it fails is kept 'new'.
When I replaced the roller - which was apparently OK in use - I found
the surface was slightly blued. So it was a good decision to have one
ready to put on. But also remember that if you have the spring
tensioned roller, then the spring gets weaker in time too. But more
importantly is that the hooks on the spring get thinner too, apart
from wearing an oval in the locating hole in the roller bracket.
Take no risks.
Cheers
Jon
Tring, Herts
'92 HZJ80 ex UN Bosnia surplus
 
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