[Author Prev][Author Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Author Index][Thread Index]
to interfere, or not to interfere - that is the qu
>Just drop the old belt on a flat surface and look for where the outside trie
>to go concave. Then look at the inside surface at that point. You'll be qu
>happy you paid the bill.
for the <$20 a new belt would cost...
if i have gone far enough to drop a used belt on the floor,
it must have missed the trash can.
and no, i don't have an old timing belt collection... =8)