to do list... with timing belt
So pretty soon i will be ordering a bunch of parts from steve at tousley, and i need some advice before i go ahead with stuff.
I'm pretty mechanically inclined, should timing belt be pretty easy? I've heard that using the bar in a kit helps, but what baout just making marks for the cams and crank pulley to get them to line up again?
struts and shocks- ordering a kit of them, what bushings should i replace with them?
plugs and wires- ima check out the threads on here
brake pads and rotors- best brands? i just want a small step up over stock
slave cylinder- need one, hard to replace? or should i get shop to do it
idler pulley, water pump, ac compressor, alternator- gonna replace that when i do timing belt just to knock out rotating assembyl while im messing with it. Any tips when i go to do this?
what kind of tires do you guys like?
Timing belt kit. Idler pulley, water pump, tensioner for timing belt and drive belt. Defiantly get the can bar and timing pin set from cfm.com. A definent must!
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