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Old February 15th, 2012, 06:53 PM
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Part number needed 300tdi

Anyone have a part number for the slotted washer that goes in the timing belt tensioner pulley? Apparently I either tossed mine with the old tensioner...or I ate the damn thing!
Cross reference to some other readily available part number would be really cool!
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Old February 15th, 2012, 09:39 PM
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http://lrcat.com/#31/4/53198

Part number FN110047 or FN110046
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Old February 15th, 2012, 10:20 PM
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Does your crank gear for the belt have lips on it to keep the timing belt on track? Usually the washer you are speaking about is used on older timing belt setups that do not have the crank gear with lips. Need to update if that is the case.
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Old February 16th, 2012, 06:05 AM
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The crank gear I removed had a lip. The timing belt replacement kit had a crank gear with no lip.
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Old February 16th, 2012, 09:39 AM
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Looks like you have the wrong kit.

Read this link thoroughly.

ww.d-90.com/forum/showthread.php?t=33074&highlight=timing+belt+repla cement
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Old February 16th, 2012, 09:57 AM
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Yep, I think you're right about the wrong kit.
Just ordered a new kit from AB with correct tensioner, crank gear, belt, idler, etc delivered next day for about $200. Not bad.
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Old February 16th, 2012, 11:37 AM
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I will buy that kit that was wrong if you sell it cheap. Can scrounge some parts from it for a lingering project.

Glad to keep you from installing that old style kit. You surely would have lost the belt in short order.
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If you could tell me where I can get my hands on a crankshaft o-ring today, I would send you the tensioner, crank gear and idler pulley!
Can't believe (yes, I can!) that an o-ring is this difficult to match up. I have 2 boxes of assorted o-rings and just left NAPA...can't get the right one.
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If you could tell me where I can get my hands on a crankshaft o-ring today, I would send you the tensioner, crank gear and idler pulley!
Can't believe (yes, I can!) that an o-ring is this difficult to match up. I have 2 boxes of assorted o-rings and just left NAPA...can't get the right one.

Call AB really quick to get it in with your order.
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Brian said no err4710 listed in inventory?
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Brian said no err4710 listed in inventory?
Try an ACE hardware store plumbing dept or a Lowes or HD
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Do you not have one at all? I could take a used one and try to match it up somewhere like Dennis said.

The O-ring is there to halt oil from creeping out of the oil pump and keep it from creeping out the crankshaft snub to leak at the crank bolt too, I imagine. I use sealer at the crank bolt and its washer to prevent this type leak. The face of the damper needs to be clean also.

A used, very clean, O-ring soaked in brake fluid for a while will be just fine IMO. Make sure the parts in the area that it is installed are very clean to ensure a good seal as well. The O-ring will need to not be damaged or weathered in order to reuse it. I match them up at an O-ring distributor place in my area called Crown Products. Maybe you have such a place in your area?

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Old February 16th, 2012, 04:14 PM
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I will check out a few more places tomorrow. My o-ring is damaged from removing the seal.
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Well, I have two o-rings. One is slightly smaller in diameter and one is slightly larger than part # ERR4710.
Pendy, send me a PM. I can provide you with the tensioner bracket and pulley, idler pulley and crank gear.
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I think I would use the larger one. PM sent. Be sure to hit me up first if you have any used parts needs. I have tons of 300 tdi stuff.

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Well, I have two o-rings. One is slightly smaller in diameter and one is slightly larger than part # ERR4710.
Pendy, send me a PM. I can provide you with the tensioner bracket and pulley, idler pulley and crank gear.
As long as the diameter of the rubber itself is about the same diameter, that aspect should be fine. The thing you don't want to do is to stretch the O ring but "ever so slightly" (snug) to get it on the crank shaft. If you have too much tension on it, to get it on the shaft, it will break eventually. I see RN has the part for $5.95 (I hate their high prices). A few more days of down time may be worth your long term piece of mind. Might check with George at RDS too, he has a lot of diesel stuff, remembering that he has a $25 minimum. (buy some other spares) serp-belt, water pump, things you won't find at NAPA, etc. I'll ask Kevin at Rovahfarm to stock some for the future.
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I would have to agree with Dennis here. Slightly smaller ID would be better then a loose fit. My mistake. Guess my brief pass over your post read the thickness of the o-ring instead of the ID (inner diameter) I read that as the same ID but a thicker type. Tight fit is best. But the crank gear is going to stuff the O-ring regardless if it is near correct. It has a recess for theis purpose. So the same ID or a little tight with the same or a little larger thickness would be a good choice.
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Old February 18th, 2012, 03:28 PM
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I'm gonna wait. Need to replace oil cyclone and hoses anyway. Done too much to this motor to chance a leak at this stage.
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Get a new o-ring for the oil cyclone too. They are always a point to leak. I do use thicker then stock o-rings there. And grease it up going together. Do you have to buy a new cyclone? I may have a used one. Could send you o-rings too.
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Just got an e-mail from Keven at RovahFarm, he says he'll have a stock of the O ring, ERR4710, in about 3-4 weeks, Price $1.85

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