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Old May 13th, 2009, 07:44 PM   #1
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New In Box Genuine Honda Timing Belt and Water Pump 7th gen accord

I have a brand new in the box timing belt, and water pump. I'd like to get around 65+ shipping I'm sure they are much more than that at the dealer. Make me some offers.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 02:56 AM   #2
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is this for a v6? 4 cylinders have timing chains dont they?
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Old May 14th, 2009, 06:53 AM   #3
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Considering this is V6p I figured if I didn't post it that it would be assumed sorry. Yes these parts are for the V6.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 07:00 AM   #4
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Sold, shipping quote to 20176.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 08:07 AM   #5
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I have one other intested party paul so let me know asap. I pm'd you the shipping quote.

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Old May 14th, 2009, 08:54 AM   #6
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Still sold, send me your pay pal info....
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Old May 14th, 2009, 09:21 AM   #7
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If Paul backs out I'll take it. Wont hurt to keep it around till my car turns 100,000.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 09:59 AM   #8
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Old May 14th, 2009, 10:20 AM   #9
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Sold... Sorry again Hawk
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Old May 14th, 2009, 10:49 AM   #10
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great price and great buy for Paul!!.. This price is much cheaper than whole sale cost.
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Old May 14th, 2009, 11:41 AM   #11
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I got a super deal on it but, My car is only at 65k, and I drive less than 10k miles a year I couldn't see having it sit around that long.
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fvkkkk and i was just llooking for this smh since i have to do mainteance smh
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Old May 15th, 2009, 09:57 AM   #13
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I'm not late, that's why I said "if Paul backs out". Congrats on the sale Mike. I'll be trolling eBay for this kit in about 15,000 miles...
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Jesus, that sh** is like $265 on most sites...and I'm right about to hit 105k I needed those parts. I hate you Paul
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Jesus, that sh** is like $265 on most sites...and I'm right about to hit 105k I needed those parts. I hate you Paul
maybe he'll sell it to you for 250... save 15 bux
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Jesus, that sh** is like $265 on most sites...and I'm right about to hit 105k I needed those parts. I hate you Paul
you waited till 105k for your first timing belt and water pump change!?
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you waited till 105k for your first timing belt and water pump change!?
It's what the owners manual recommends, its what Honda recommends, and I'm at 97k and the only problem I've had is warped rotors at 20k miles. I think I'm good to go chief

I'm not trying to be a d*** but why should I do the timing belt and water pump before Honda's recommendation? I'm always open to learn something, so preach on...
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It's what the owners manual recommends, its what Honda recommends, and I'm at 97k and the only problem I've had is warped rotors at 20k miles. I think I'm good to go chief

I'm not trying to be a d*** but why should I do the timing belt and water pump before Honda's recommendation? I'm always open to learn something, so preach on...
if you're a "spirited" driver and have jumped on the gas enough you would want to do the belt a little sooner.. if you think about it... its still a rubber belt and subject to stretching/breaking. and rapid acceleration and change in engine speed would def put strain on it. this is just me thinking out loud though, i dont know whether thats completely true or not
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Jesus, that sh** is like $265 on most sites...and I'm right about to hit 105k I needed those parts. I hate you Paul
Well, I bought them for my next customer, if that happens to be you then you can get them for that price
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It's what the owners manual recommends, its what Honda recommends, and I'm at 97k and the only problem I've had is warped rotors at 20k miles. I think I'm good to go chief

I'm not trying to be a d*** but why should I do the timing belt and water pump before Honda's recommendation? I'm always open to learn something, so preach on...

Well I am glad you think I am your chief! Here in Arizona where its dry Honda recommends we use the extreme guide. They say as early as 80K. I would never wait until 105K but thats just me.
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It's what the owners manual recommends, its what Honda recommends, and I'm at 97k and the only problem I've had is warped rotors at 20k miles. I think I'm good to go chief

I'm not trying to be a d*** but why should I do the timing belt and water pump before Honda's recommendation? I'm always open to learn something, so preach on...
You ever hear of preventative maintenance? Do you always wait till the last minute?
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You ever hear of preventative maintenance? Do you always wait till the last minute?
Do you have to respond like a d*** when I ask a perfectly acceptable question? You sure changed tone from one post to the next.

I do all preventative maintenance to this car possible. I have never had a Honda rep tell me I need to change teh timing belt and/or water pump earlier than 105k. I have asked if it needed to be done before then and they have said no a few times. If I can't trust them, who the hell can I trust? So I ask a question, and you cop an attitude. Thanks

And "chief" is what I call my friends, it's not sarcastic or me calling you out. I'm going to Honda tomorrow for an oil change, I'll set up my maintenance to get the belt and 105k maintenance done. Also need to have them look at my master cylinder, I'm getting some vibration at high speed braking (from 70 down to 50 let's say). I don't think it's pulsating so I hope its warped rotors, but better have them check regardless.

Anyway, I am always open to be schooled, which is why I asked for help. I don't even front like I think I know everything so sorry if I came off that way.
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damn, i would've copped these for $150
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Old May 18th, 2009, 07:35 AM   #26
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It's what the owners manual recommends, its what Honda recommends, and I'm at 97k and the only problem I've had is warped rotors at 20k miles. I think I'm good to go chief

I'm not trying to be a d*** but why should I do the timing belt and water pump before Honda's recommendation? I'm always open to learn something, so preach on...
I do replace them early if I am already there on someones car and it does not cost any additional labor to replace them, for example BPook was just here getting his heads swapped due to bent valves, he was only at 70Kish miles, but it did not cost any additional labor to replace them while doing the head swap.
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I do replace them early if I am already there on someones car and it does not cost any additional labor to replace them, for example BPook was just here getting his heads swapped due to bent valves, he was only at 70Kish miles, but it did not cost any additional labor to replace them while doing the head swap.
Well, I'll be getting it done soon regardless.

In your scenario it makes sense (since the heads are off) but for me, it's $1200 to do the whole maintenance so I was waiting and following Honda's recommendation. If I'm a fool for not doing it sooner, then...well, I hope I don't find out the hard way
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Do you have to respond like a d*** when I ask a perfectly acceptable question? You sure changed tone from one post to the next. .
I was asking acceptable questions as well. Tone? You can get tone from reading two quesitons? Interesting....Sorry if you took offense. None intended!

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I do all preventative maintenance to this car possible. I have never had a Honda rep tell me I need to change teh timing belt and/or water pump earlier than 105k. I have asked if it needed to be done before then and they have said no a few times. If I can't trust them, who the hell can I trust? So I ask a question, and you cop an attitude. Thanks

And "chief" is what I call my friends, it's not sarcastic or me calling you out. I'm going to Honda tomorrow for an oil change, I'll set up my maintenance to get the belt and 105k maintenance done. Also need to have them look at my master cylinder, I'm getting some vibration at high speed braking (from 70 down to 50 let's say). I don't think it's pulsating so I hope its warped rotors, but better have them check regardless.

Anyway, I am always open to be schooled, which is why I asked for help. I don't even front like I think I know everything so sorry if I came off that way.

I am glad to see you are going down to set up your timing belt and water pump change. If it were me I just wouldn't wait that long. Just simple advise. If you don't like it you don't have to accept it. Good luck!
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I was asking acceptable questions as well. Tone? You can get tone from reading two quesitons? Interesting....Sorry if you took offense. None intended!




I am glad to see you are going down to set up your timing belt and water pump change. If it were me I just wouldn't wait that long. Just simple advise. If you don't like it you don't have to accept it. Good luck!

Like I said, I don't profess to be a pro so I'm always open to advice. Just seemed like you went from "happy" to "sarcastic" pretty quick but it's the innanet, can't really figure out "tone" I guess so my bad
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Like I said, I don't profess to be a pro so I'm always open to advice. Just seemed like you went from "happy" to "sarcastic" pretty quick but it's the innanet, can't really figure out "tone" I guess so my bad
Sorry for any confusion. No hard feelings on my part!
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