View Single Post
Old 11-26-2012, 07:06 PM   #5
Registered User
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Frederick MD
Posts: 658
I'll play devil's advocate. If it's not slipping, making noise or showing other signs of failure I'd leave it alone. Ask yourself what the risk is? When is the last time you heard of a catostrophic serpine belt failure, especially without months of warning signs? Save the new belt until the old one (keep it in a climate comtrolled environment) actually shows signs of wear (which will likely be a while).

I may sound cheap, but a hate to see perfectly serviceable parts scraped for no reason. It's not like you have to remove the tranny or engine to get to it.
shadrach74 is offline   Reply With Quote