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Old 10-06-2006, 07:06 PM   #21  
CrazyAl
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Default RE: Underdrive Pulley Question

Motoblue also gives you an idler. It isn't needed, it's just a "dress up" item.


By the way, in case anyone was tempted to buy the Motoblue billet idlers (such as this one)-- AVOID THEM. They are actually heavier than the stock pulleys. I just got done with a big ordeal trying to get a refund from RPM Outlet becasue of this.

Nothing wrong with the Motoblue UDPs though.
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