Are INA timing belt kits any good?

Schaeffler has been recognised by the UK and Irish garage community for its range of INA timing belt kits. In a recent nationwide survey, technicians were said to have consistently rated INA as the go-to timing belt kit solution for their replacement drive system needs.

What is the best make of timing belt?

When it comes to our top pick for the best overall timing belt recommendations, we have to go with the Aisin TKF-001 Engine Timing Belt Kit with Water Pump. This kit includes high-quality parts that match OEM specs so that everything fits and functions properly. The accurate instructions make installation easy.

Who makes Inabelt?

Schaeffler is one of the leading manufacturers of timing drive components. Under the INA brand, the company offers a comprehensive range of chain and belt drives, as well as intelligent repair solutions in the form of KITs, for the automotive aftermarket.

How much does it cost to change a timing belt on a Subaru?

The real cost is in the labor, because a lot of parts need to be disassembled to get to the belt. Shopping around to get a few quotes is your best bet to get the best deal, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $409 to $919 (including parts and labor).

Should you change water pump with timing belt?

Generally, the idler pulleys, tensioner and water pump should always be replaced when the timing belt is replaced. In most cases, the timing belt drives the water pump, so it is the right time to replace the water pump.

What is the best brand for timing belt?

Aisin TKH-002. Aisin is one of the most popular brands from Japan in the car spare parts industry.

  • Gates TCKWP329. Another brand you can rely on for the timing belt product is Gates.
  • ACDelco TCKWP329. ACDelco,another top car components brand,offers a professional and premium-class timing belt with this product.
  • DNJ TBK151AWP.
  • Evergreen TBK296WPT.
  • What parts are included in a timing belt kit?

    – 5 Engine mount bolts – 3 Engine mount bracket bolts – 3 Water pump bolts – Lower roller nut – Timing belt tensioner nut – Upper roller bolt

    How do I install a timing belt?

    How to install a timing belt in 8 easy steps. Place the new belt over the pulleys, but be careful not to force it. Never reinstall a used timing belt, as tension values are calculated for new belts. Loosen the tensioner adjustment bolt slowly, so that it can swing back against the belt.

    Do timing belts really break?

    When a timing belt breaks, the engine of the car stops working. Often, there is a loud clunking sound right before the timing belt breaks. It is impossible to drive a car with a broken timing belt because the belt regulates the movement of the crankshaft and the camshaft.