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TIMING BELT TENSIONERS

DOE Timing Belt Tensioners Are Manufactured to Original Equipment Standard.

When quality and integrity matter most.

D.O.E timing and fan belt tensioners are manufactured to original equipment standards. This is ensured by the use of OE quality bearings

Timing Belt Tensioners are key to proper operation of the Timing Belt and are often overlooked for replacement when a new Timing Belt is fitted. Failure to replace the Tensioners can lead to early belt failure and costly consequential damage.

Our Tensioners are sourced from ISO Approved Manufacturers who use the highest quality components in their Tensioners, and are guaranteed to give Optimal Performance which equal or exceed Original Equipment Standards.

In most instances the life span of the Timing Belt will exceed that of the Tensioner.

NOTE

Modern vehicles require special tools to lock the flywheel, camshafts and balance shafts in position before replacing the tensioners or timing belt. Failure to do so can result in expensive damage to the engine.

When fitting timing belts, always use the correct tools. The belt must be placed in position manually; under no circumstances must timing belts be forced on to toothed pulleys or rolled over flanged pulleys. Such action would damage the tension member.

Keep the belt well away from oil mist, dripping oil and other chemicals.

Regardless of which components are defective – whether tensioning pulley, idler pulley or guide pulley – all these components must be replaced when replacing the timing belt.

It is important that Timing Belts and Tensioners be fitted by a Qualified Automotive Technician in an Approved Workshop according to Vehicle Manufacturer’s Instructions.

Premature Failure caused by Incorrect Fitment procedures or any other Modification Invalidates the Warrantee. Incorrect Fitment of this part could lead to Serious Engine Damage or Personal Injury.

The Distributor or Manufacturer CANNOT be held Responsible for any Damage or Personal Injury if the Manufacturer’s Fitment Procedures are not Strictly Adhered to.