Timing gear kit vir 12R engine

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Wikkels
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Tue Jul 29, 2014 8:57 pm

Ek is opsoek na "timing gear kit" vir my Hilux se 12R engine. Ek het al my plaaslike onderdele verspreiders probeer, maar sonder enige sukses. Alle voorade is "Stocks 0". Die beste roep is seker 'n meer moderne engine, maar ek is heel vrede met die engine en brandstof verbruik van my Hilux.
Weet iemand dalk waar ek so 'n kit in die hande kan kry?
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Yashveer
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Tue Aug 12, 2014 4:46 pm

hi, i have a good 12r sub assembly that i took out of my personal bakkie lying in dbn.
might also have a good set of gears lying somewhere in the garage. pm me we can chat.
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Wed Aug 13, 2014 9:22 pm

Thanks Yashveer. I managed to got hold of a suplier, Gemini Parts. According to the sales guy they have two types of gears for the 12R. The one is 25mm thick and the other is 30mm thick. Besides from removing it from the engine how can one determine which one will fit your specific engine? :think: Any advice?
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Thu Aug 14, 2014 7:57 am

if you remove the pulleys from the front you can open the timing cover and look at them.
as i said im my pm, the timing gears dont normally wear out unless a tooth in it breaks.
more likely its a worn out drive in the dizzy and cam that causes bad timing.

what exactly is wrong with your motor? what problems is it giving you?
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