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  1. Navmania
    20-09-2013 06:29 AM
    Hi webby48. Yeah I had a bad rattle on cold mornings on start up. My old chain did have wear but it was more stretched than anything. Before you go changing it do this test first. Start it up and then get your garden hose and spray the belts with it at idle and see if you get a noise that sounds like the chain hitting the chain cover. if you do change all your belts. The chain conversion is well worth it if you plan to keep it. best insurance I think. The kit has been upgraded to now and is the best you will get.
  2. webby48
    19-09-2013 11:35 AM
    G'day navmania, just a quick question about your double row trimming chain did you have issues with the original, I've got an 09 str & concerned about noise in front of motor been to nissan a few times but not sorted I've done 62000klms since new did you have anything like that, your ute looks good by the way, where you located in sydney, all the best Grant
  3. TigerST
    30-07-2013 03:52 PM
    I've tried to reply twice, each time I get filter block not sure if it goes through or not

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