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Is 110 bucks a decent deal for a timing kit for a 22re including chain, sprockets, guides and a couple other decently sized peices of metal (not sure what they are for yet) and a rubber seal?

About how long should it take me to do my timing chain?

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Paid $86 at Lordco with the BC4WDA discount. + taxes. Came with all the pieces needed and was a good set.

I took a day since I cleaned up everything and painted. Was pretty simple.

Decided to replace the water pump since I was in there anyhow and this it what took the longest.

Could do it in about 6-8 hours.

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same here.... I paid 80 bucks from lordco!
Price around!!

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Just make sure it's a decent set. I bought a set or two off a susidiary of fel-pro. A couple days after the first install the hydraulic tensioner calved, had a small leak. So, I sent it back got another set and 10000kms later the guides gave up. I got ahold of fel-pro and they told me they weren't carrying the company anymore and basically to take it and shove it. There's a few companies in the states that make metal guides, I'd definitely reccomend getting a set. The guides are what fail 99% of the time.

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What is it with Fel-pro and making crappy stuff for Toyotas?


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