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How can i stop my can from eating the timing belts

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One suggestion would be: Closely examine all your Pulleys/Guides For defects.
Secondly: Place a 'Straight Edge' across the faces of your Pulleys/Guides to insure that they are all in line & turning freely (without a warble)
Finally: Do not Over-Tighten Tentioning,


Happy Motoring, And let me know how you make out.

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Are all pullies lined up feel around every one for nics the smallest nick can eat a belt in no time

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