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02-17-2012 08:15 PM
disciplerocks Glad I could help. Hope it works for you.
02-17-2012 08:11 PM
blwnsvtfocus I might have one... Ur a genius! U just made my day! (just waking up lol)
02-17-2012 08:06 PM
disciplerocks I bet you could use a ZX2 lower timing pulley. Its roughly the same size. If you buy any Zetec timing kit it comes with one, but is not used in the Focus.
02-17-2012 08:04 PM
blwnsvtfocus I need the left one then... Ugh.
On my car the PO used both of the pulleys from the car...
02-17-2012 08:00 PM
disciplerocks The left one is the idler with the jrsc kit. Good luck getting a hold of a new one. The right one is the stock idler which you can get a new one from any auto parts store.

I had the same problem. Replaced the tensioner and belt and it took care of it.
02-17-2012 07:53 PM
blwnsvtfocus Does anyone know? I guess I get to do some experimenting this weekend...
02-17-2012 11:59 AM
Where to buy JRSC pulleys (pic)

As the title says, Im looking to replace some pulleys. The pulleys im looking to replace are the ones before and after the s/c. I bought my SVTF with the kit already on, however due to some recent discoveries while trying to search on some issues im having. I believe one of my belt squeal issues is the routing on my serp belt.

I'm looking to buy the two pulleys with the red arrows (not with the words, used this pic from another post on FF). Where the green arrow points, my belt is sooooooooooo close, that the grooves from the belt are between each other... I'm not familiar with these... but i know that cant be right...

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