Subaru OEM Timing Belt Kit + NPW Water Pump Outback & Legacy 06-12 2.5 SOHC 100% USA & Japan Parts!
Subaru NTN Tensioner Assembly (1) JPN
Mitsuboshi Timing Belt (1) USA
NSK Bearing, Lipped (1) JPN
Koyo Bearing, Smooth (1) JPN
NSK Bearing, Cogged, Full Roller Turbo Upgrade (1) JPN
21111AA280N NPW Japan Water Pump (1) JPN
21114AA051N NPW Metal Gasket (1) JPN
21236AA010N NPW Thermostat Seal (1) JPN
21116AA010N NPW Seal, Dust (1) JPN
100% Made in Japan & USA components. NO CHINA - SEE THE PICS! Why pay more for expensive dealer packaging you're just going to recycle? Treat your faithful Subaru to the very best - and - keep your Subaru and your wallet happy! 12 Month Mfg's Warranty.
FITS 2.5 SOHC NON-TURBO CARS ONLY: OUTBACK & LEGACY 2006-2012 / IMPREZA 2006-2011 / FORESTER 2006-2010 - DOES NOT FIT 2006 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FORESTER MODELS - BE SURE TO SEE FIT DETAIL - PLEASE CONFIRM FITMENT BEFORE YOU BUY
Q: Bernie, all SOHC t-belts have the same tooth count, why are there two t-belts for USA market Subies?
A: The belts interchange; Outback & Legacy are made in the USA. Subaru is bound by contract to sell a t-belt made in the USA; Mitsuboshi USA is the manufacturer. Forester & Impreza are made in Japan and are supplied a t-belt made by Mitsuboshi Japan. Thank you for doing your part to help keep hard working Americans employed.
Q: Bernie, how can be sure I'm getting a genuine Japanese tensioner and not one made in China?
A: Buy from me. Genuine Made in Japan tensioners have 'NTN' and 'Japan' cast into the aluminum tensioner body. China ones do not.
IF YOUR SUBARU ISN'T LISTED ABOVE - KIT DOESN'T FIT - PLEASE DON'T BUY - THANK YOU!
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Total Reviews (1)
Reviewed by: N03/06/2021 11:19PM
Product ownership: Less than 1 month
Purchased from: Six Star Bernie
It's definitely worth paying a little more for these high-quality parts -- replacing the timing belt is preventative maintenance so you don't want to downgrade by swapping the high quality OEM parts your Subaru came with for inferior aftermarket replacements. And if you're doing all the work to replace the belt, it's well worth replacing the rest of the kit since a failed bearing or tensioner can cause the belt to break.
This is the second kit I have purchased, for two different cars. I haven't installed this one yet, but the other one worked fine, and the original parts I took out were in surprisingly good shape even though the car was 16 years old.
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