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In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> cobram@Channel1.Com (Cobram) writes:
> As an example, he can do 3 928 timing belts in the time it takes to
> do one Audi V8 (very true, BTDT) yet they both book out
> about the same time.
I'm not surprised - I just checked the job out for Roger Galvin, although he
only needs to get in to reseat the left (from front of engine) cover.
I was reading a document this morning that said the V8's timing belt was
designed to last for the life of the engine. Isn't this true of the timing
belts on _all_ interference engines?
After all, if the belt lets go, the engine's dead. Ergo - the belt lasted for
the life of the engine.
Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club