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Timing belt pully has too small hole and stud

My 96 jetta 2.0 has a stud in end of head that timming pully pivots on but all replacements use 10mm stud and hole , my old one is 8mm but no one can I.d. an application to get new puly with 8mm stud?

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Hi ive got a daewoo espero the cam belt has come off ive got a new one to put on but need the too time marking s to put the cam belt in right please can you help the model i have a put down isnt my car its...


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