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Jan 13

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Nic001 says:


I bought a new tensioner a few months ago, but I think it must have been faulty cause the inside of the timing case is damaged the engine runs perfect. Can I just fix that part of the engine or do I have to get a new one ? :shock:

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  • Posted 2 years ago (05 July 2013 13:02)

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