or go to your neighborhood Checker or other autoparts store and get one for
under $40.00, p.s. the auto stores also have free shipping!
Dayco 95259, Rockauto.com $22.79 , or $29.79. depends if you want Cloyes or
better brand Gates.
Much better deal then with the spammer. P.S. you get warranty from the auto
parts stores at a cheaper price. sameday service too.
Didn't think my post would be perceived as spam. My apologies. This part is
for a Chrysler product, posted to Chrysler news groups.
The funny thing about eBay is you never know what an item will sell for. If
there happens to be only one serious buyer looking while the listing is
running, I will only get the opening bid. Been there, done that. If it
doesn't sell, I'll relist it at a lower price. If I relist I will not post
it here as I don't want to be regarded as a spammer.
I don't trust brand x belts myself. Many posts in the Mitsubishi group for
example warns readers to only use factory belts on the Eclipse 2.0L turbo.
Replacing timing belts is neither fun nor inexpensive. I doubt these cheaper
belts would go 116,741 like my factory belt did.
" I decided to have a local shop replace the timing belt and water pump.
They generally will not use customer supplied parts, and if they do, they
will not warranty them"
That warranty cost you the "new" price you are asking on that belt. If you
dropped the opening price to $5 you would probably have some bids. But
trying to get $50 for it is just being greedy. You made your choice and now
you must live with it. The rest of us also have boxs full of parts we
and never used, and we aren't fool enough to think we are going to recover
what we paid for them.
I've replaced plenty "rubber bands on 2.5s and have had no problems using
goodyear brand belts from autozone, cost about 20-30 dollars each, and best
of all I get my belt that day not in 7 days or whatever shipping may be.
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