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WooHoo deal!

I FINALLY had replaced the front belts(all 4), all the rollers, the waterpump, all the front seals, coolant flush and oil change! All with Porsche parts...how much you may ask? well...usually it would cost 930 bucks for the parts alone...plus labor...Mine was completed for just over 300 dollars total. How you may ask? All I can say is god bless america! LOL....ok...so i get a killer deal on parts through my shop and labor was free cause I helped one of our techs move one weekend...and he spent the WHOLE next weekend with me working on my car. Well She doesn't leak oil anymore, runs cooler, and smoother for some ODD reason. I am soo excited and i just can't hide it. And yes people...some belts DO go 50,000 miles. They looked pretty good to! I think all the OIL preserved them.
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Just couldn't wait for the Belt Party.
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HAHAHA...i can supply the belts for about 10 bucks a timing belt and 20 for a balance
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hey I just replaced my belts,
they charged me 35 for timing and 130 for the cog belt, is this right?
is the cog the same as the balance? (double sided (toothed) belt)
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yea...the cogged is EXPENSIVE usually
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