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Author Subject: Phase 3 Cambelt
123456

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Post #1
Drawing from the experience of my fellow members.

Is a phase 3, 6 less likely to suffer early cambelt failure Dunno

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Posted 23rd Nov 2011 at 20:58
heliosphan

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Post #2
Wouldn't have thought so.
Posted 23rd Nov 2011 at 21:00
matty_rallye

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Post #3
Again, i doubt it!

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Posted 23rd Nov 2011 at 21:40
bennn

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Post #4
Don't think so. Isn't there a difference between the pulleys though? If in doubt get your cambelt done. Be the best £250 you could spend on it.

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Posted 23rd Nov 2011 at 21:51
roland rat

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Post #5
People prefer to use the phase 1/2 kit as it has a metal tensioner
Posted 23rd Nov 2011 at 21:53
honestly3k

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Post #6
roland rat wrote:
People prefer to use the phase 1/2 kit as it has a metal tensioner


This.....my 6 had a 136 tooth kit with metal tenstioner for about 31K and the belt came off in good condition, probably had another 10K in it i reckon.

So got another one on there now....gates kit

I do spend 75% of my time cruising on a motorway though, but i do give her a good roggering daily - she loves it Love

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Posted 23rd Nov 2011 at 22:09
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Post #7
Cambelt and pump done at 84 she is now on 104 should I be a nervous wreck not driving her much but heading over to holland in a couple of weeks and I always get into a little race on the way.

last time I was smoked by a 407 coupe hdi v6 although I was in a rented golf tdi with 1 mate the coupe was packed and was totally uncatchable Yes

Cant wait to be bwarrping around centraal Whistle

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Posted 24th Nov 2011 at 13:47
welshpug!

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I'd certainly get it booked in to get done, how long ago was 84k?

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Posted 24th Nov 2011 at 14:33
123456

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Post #9
welshpug! wrote:
I'd certainly get it booked in to get done, how long ago was 84k?


Just found the receipt actually it was done at 86000Big grin in apr 08.

Might just change the oil and book her in when I get back Superman

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Posted 24th Nov 2011 at 17:46

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