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    New cambelt kit, water pump and auxilary belts

    Hi folks, my new supra requires a cambelt kit and water pump.

    Are theyre any specific traders anyone can recomend?

    The cars done around 36k miles so this will be its first change so im changing it all.

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    never under estimate stupid people in large numbers

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    Would this fit 2jzge as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastphil666 View Post
    Hi folks, my new supra requires a cambelt kit and water pump.

    Are theyre any specific traders anyone can recomend?

    The cars done around 36k miles so this will be its first change so im changing it all.
    I don't think I would bother with the water pump, failures are very rare and there was talk replacement new ones are often plastic impellers not metal. Cam belt tensioner and pulley wheel might as well do in one hit I agree.
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    I bought a kit from Import Car Parts the other week. All belts, pulleys and water pump. Get your crank pulley checked at the same time as mine has cracks in it and had to get one and have another trip back to the garage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noz View Post
    Would this fit 2jzge as well?
    sort of the water pump different but that's all I believe
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    sorry i know i cant spell im distexic

    Hi stall is that some sort of chair ?

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    I actually bought that exact kit, water pump impeller is steel on it too. If i do it all i have peace of mind its good for years. May still be on original pump. Cars done circa 40k miles.

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    Just a word to anyone after this kit, they actually sent me the wrong cambelt, 137 teeth instead of the 143 that i needed.

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    The Ebay market for water pumps is a minefield, most GTE pumps are really the different GE pump, or pumps for a Lexus with a different fan pulley flange...I can do the proper Blue Print pumps at a good price that ARE correct for a GTE, but they are dearer than most of the unknown brand things.
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    I always use the blueprint pumps Chris, been fine so far.
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    The ebay kit i purchased is an aisin pump, looked the same as the toyota one i removed only the toyota one had a plastic inpeller. The ebay kit had a metal impeller and the same part number stamped on it.

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    Chris do you offer a GE pump and kit as well by any chance please? I've no idea which GE pump to buy.

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    its a good company that supply's the kit im sure they will sort it very quickly, still that belt is one of the more expensive bits of that kit
    never under estimate stupid people in large numbers

    sorry i know i cant spell im distexic

    Hi stall is that some sort of chair ?

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