2.3L Ford Billet Timing Belt Tensioner
2.3 Ford Inline Four
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Designed for all out racing conditions, these 2.3L Ford timing belt tensioners feature a machined stainless steel back plate, billet aluminum pulley and 13k RPM double roller bearings. The spring pin is an exclusive shoulder pin design, not a cheap spring pin like the competition. Eliminates costly and severe valvetrain damage caused by stock 2-piece stamped wheel.
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