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SKF Introduces New Timing Belt Kits Catalog

SKF offers more than 200 timing belt kit part numbers, which provide more than 90 percent market coverage for domestic, Asian and European passenger car and light truck applications.

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ELGIN, Ill. – SKF recently released its new Timing Belt Kits parts catalog (457702), highlighting technical information and product information for its complete line of timing belt kits. SKF offers more than 200 timing belt kit part numbers, which provide more than 90 percent market coverage for domestic, Asian and European passenger car and light truck applications.

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The comprehensive catalog provides valuable reference pages with detailed information and diagrams on timing belt removal and installation, trouble shooting and failure analysis, best practices and vehicle-specific installation information. The catalog also includes installation tips for Cadillac, Chrysler, Ford, Mercury, Saab and Saturn applications.

“Our new timing belt kit catalog offers unique features that assist users during a timing belt replacement,” said Doug Fike, product manager, SKF. “The detailed, full-color technical pages, along with the comprehensive product listings, make the SKF Timing Belt Kits catalog a complete resource for automotive repair shops.”

SKF’s complete line of Timing Belt Kits is now available with and without water pumps. Each kit comes with the necessary components to complete a timing belt installation, including belts, tensioners, idlers, camshaft seal, timing cover seal and detailed instruction sheets. SKF says it is the only manufacturer providing camshaft and timing cover seals in every kit.

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To obtain a copy of the new SKF Timing Belt Kits catalog, contact SKF customer service at 1-800-882-0008 and place an order by product number 457702, contact your local SKF representative or visit www.vsm.skf.com.

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