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    hello car gurus! the timing belt and tensioner bearing of my vti civic (phdm) is due for replacement. can you recommend a good replacement parts brand which won't hurt my pocket?TIA.

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    sa mga vital parts like timing belt go sa original

    try mo call ang hond amagallanes 9029393
    si PINOYK20 09273830646 pwede text
    or si BANAWE 7120155 regy

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    Quote Originally Posted by raine View Post
    sa mga vital parts like timing belt go sa original

    try mo call ang hond amagallanes 9029393
    si PINOYK20 09273830646 pwede text
    or si BANAWE 7120155 regy
    im asking for good replacement part for obvious reasons. thanks anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by conzky View Post
    hello car gurus! the timing belt and tensioner bearing of my vti civic (phdm) is due for replacement. can you recommend a good replacement parts brand which won't hurt my pocket?TIA.
    i'm sure bando has one for tb's. para sa tensioner, di ko alam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conzky View Post
    im asking for good replacement part for obvious reasons. thanks anyway!
    kaya ng binigay ko number compare mo ang price baka di naman gaanoon ang diperensiya. at yung isang number ni banawe makakakuha ka na rin sa kanya ng replacement kung replacement ang gusto mo, tawagan mo lang, tapos

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    Honda Car does not make their own timing belt nor its tensioner bearing. They let other manufactures do their parts with their specs.

    Try other brands, such as Gates, Bando, Sun for timing belts and Koyo, NTN, NSK, GMB for its tensioner. In my experience as a mechanic, i have never seen a mechanical damaged when a timing belt breaks in a honda VTEC engine. You can also use lesser known brands but please to derate them (i.e. instead of 100K kilometers, replace them 80K)

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    Quote Originally Posted by raine View Post
    kaya ng binigay ko number compare mo ang price baka di naman gaanoon ang diperensiya. at yung isang number ni banawe makakakuha ka na rin sa kanya ng replacement kung replacement ang gusto mo, tawagan mo lang, tapos
    sir, in the first place, you were not answering my query. in the second place i'm from the province. PROMDI AKO! that's the reason why i'm asking here for help. i hope this will clarify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulgozon View Post
    Honda Car does not make their own timing belt nor its tensioner bearing. They let other manufactures do their parts with their specs.

    Try other brands, such as Gates, Bando, Sun for timing belts and Koyo, NTN, NSK, GMB for its tensioner. In my experience as a mechanic, i have never seen a mechanical damaged when a timing belt breaks in a honda VTEC engine. You can also use lesser known brands but please to derate them (i.e. instead of 100K kilometers, replace them 80K)
    Yes, there are OEM and replacement brands and i know that OEM are quite expensive so im opting for replacement brands. Thanks for the infor sir:

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    For the belt, I use GATES. Not sure about the tensioner but stick with known brands like NSK, etc. These brands also manufacture parts for heavy equipment subjected to more stress than you Honda will ever go through in its lifetime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTEP View Post
    For the belt, I use GATES. Not sure about the tensioner but stick with known brands like NSK, etc. These brands also manufacture parts for heavy equipment subjected to more stress than you Honda will ever go through in its lifetime.
    Thank you sir for the recommendation. i appreciate it very much.

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