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#80619
Blueprint bearings Yay or Nay 2 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 32
Hi guys,

I generally trust the blueprint brand, anything I bought worked/works fine and dandy.
Trying to source timing parts for good price and quality.

What do you think of getting blueprint tensioner and idler pulley for my t-belt change? The belt itself will be GATES.

Even a yes or no will do as an answer

Thank you
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#80621
Re: Blueprint bearings Yay or Nay 2 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 108
I've used them before with no problems.
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#80623
Re: Blueprint bearings Yay or Nay 2 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 5
I use blueprint and never have issues but I'd definitely price up the parts in Toyota as sometimes are actually cheaper.plus I'd go original with the timing bits but that's just my preference
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#80625
Re: Blueprint bearings Yay or Nay 2 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 32
Thanks guys! Never used blueprint in such critical application, but will do now this time.

I priced it up at Toyota, Tensioner + Idler = 123 + 58€...
Blueprint = 42 + 19€

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