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Old 05-22-2005, 08:37 PM   #21
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Yes, ZZ performance does have them for 59.99 US, or around $73 CDN with the conversion. Pay the shipping of at least $10 USD, duty (15%) (UPS handling charges or Fed Ex if applicable) and your way above $80 CDN.

In IMHO I am not over charging for the pulley. I would rather through it in the garbage than give it away.
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You didn't say that was $80 shipped for one thing, so I assumed it was $80 plus shipping. Also I was just stating that he could find a better deal on one easily if he went used. Wasn't trying to steer him away from you, just letting him know about other options that are available. I for one would never buy a new press on pulley, they're half price or less used and function just the same, its all personal opinion.

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my local shop can buy the pulley and belt for me, i just have to give him the link.

can someone send me the link where i can buy a 3.4 pulley and the belt for it?

(brand new)

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I have a 3.5 and a warrenty. 3yr. 36,000. Then again I like to take risks.
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I have a 3.5 and a warrenty. 3yr. 36,000. Then again I like to take risks.
My dad was running 12.2'* when his car was still under warranty. Although nothing broke so he didn't have to take it in for warranty service before it ran out, but when we had a problem with the fuel pump one time he called them and told them all the stuff he had done to the car and they still said they would replace/fix it, then we figured out how to do it and didn't need to.

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Shawn brings up an interesting statement. Once you start to mod these engines you begin to learn how to fix things yourself. I personally find this to be true because I don't trust too many mechanics with an engine I've put my own special "touch" to. Also it saves of costs if you can do it yourself. However in your position with replacing many parts lately, I'd wait to see how the car drives for at least a month and if your problems seem to go away then you might as well throw a 3.5 on it.
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