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post #1 of 6 Old 09-24-2009, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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1990 TR belt service

What is the basic engine out belt service cost?
I understand that hoses, water pump can all so add to cost, just looking for a base line. Thanks
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What is the basic engine out belt service cost?
I understand that hoses, water pump can all so add to cost, just looking for a base line. Thanks
Where are you located? In the UK it will run a minimum of GBP 3k.
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I am located in S/W Wyoming a hundred miles from Salt Lake City Ut.
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I am located in S/W Wyoming a hundred miles from Salt Lake City Ut.
Suggest you PM carguy. He is a TR expert based in the US.
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I am located in S/W Wyoming a hundred miles from Salt Lake City Ut.

Guessing, depending on distance of dealer/mech to choose like Denver, WA or such, this will run you for an engine out about $5-8K, will typically include all fluids and complete dialing.

The fluid choices, like REDLINE synthetics will boost the cost to about $11-13/quart and that engine takes about IIRC 20 qts. Expect to spend about $150-200 for trans, engine fluids using REDLINE which is highly recommended since mineral oil, in you area would amost be dangerous to the engine: Mineral if EVER kept cold basically are permanently damaged in cold climates, even if left on the garage floor. Synth and for engine 0-40/50 for your area is highly more recommended

MAKE sure the mech knows not to get old replacement parts. The bearings and pump should be done too as 'while we are in there' items.

Entire process should only take a week, but expect 3x that for reality.

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Thanks, and yes synthetic oil is what I use have used for a long time. I have used Amsoil for my trucks and tracktors for years. Will have to look into Redline.
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