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Old September 4th, 2006, 02:49 PM
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US source for 300tdi timing belt tool kit

Dose anyone know of a US source for the speciality tool kit for changing the 300tdi timing belt? I like the Idea of using the correct tools but has anyone done it with out them? The haynes manuall has some drill bits and other methods That I'm not that keen on. What about the DIFFLOCK.com kit?
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Old September 4th, 2006, 03:49 PM
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Roversnorth let me borrow there's
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Did they mail it to you? That would be prefect since I really don;t want to buy it...
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Special tools are not required to do it. Its easy to do and lots of tools (drill bits, round stock, etc) can take the place of the "special" ones from Rover.
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Yes,
They mailed it to me and when my mechanic was done I mailed it back.
They may have made me "purchase and return" or maybe just a deposit
I can't recall
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Special tools are not required to do it. Its easy to do and lots of tools (drill bits, round stock, etc) can take the place of the "special" ones from Rover.
mike- Thanks for the input. Is it really "Easy". I have looked through the manuall and it does seem straight forward I jsut don;lt want a thing to move for obvious reasons... does the drill bit method work as well as trying to get the kit. I really want to aviod skrewing this one up.

btate- Thanks for the info.
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