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Dave B.
08-01-2005, 10:48 PM
So Iv had a set of four Motoblue Idlers from RPMOUTLET and all the bearings went to hell within a very short period of time, they were not reliable until we pressed OEM bearings into the Billet idlers, well the problem is the snap ring used to hold the bearings in,
they did not stop the bearing race from slipping inside thus distroying every one of them within 8000 miles.

So we just ordered the whole billetflow set, not the 2.80 pulley but the Aux-idler and three billets to replace the other idlers,

has anyone else had any such experiance with either Billetflow or the Motoblues??

and when using the Billetflow set up with a 2.80 pulley, i was told because there are 3 100MM and one 92MM idlers that the stock belt size is used? is that the case?

InfamousSVT
08-02-2005, 02:54 AM
I've had the Billet flow Idlers on my car since around 1k miles and I've never had any issues with them. Doug at Billet Flow stands behind his parts and if you have a problem with them, he will most likely replace them for free! :thumbsup:

Yes, when running the 2.80 Blower pulley, stock lower with the 4 peice Billet flow set, the stock belt is the size you need. I ran my stock belt on this set-up until I switch to the Kenne Bell and 2lb lower :D

Hope this helps you out!:)

cobra330
08-02-2005, 10:50 AM
Go Reichard Racing Double Bearing..without a doubt the best around..and you won't have that issue!

www.reichardracing.com

InfamousSVT
08-02-2005, 09:02 PM
Go Reichard Racing Double Bearing..without a doubt the best around..and you won't have that issue!

www.reichardracing.com (http://www.reichardracing.com)
Also, a very good choice :thumbsup:

Linn@Amazon
08-04-2005, 03:00 PM
Go Reichard Racing Double Bearing..without a doubt the best around..and you won't have that issue!

www.reichardracing.com (http://www.reichardracing.com)
only idler pullies we keep in stock