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Parts list for a timing belt change '00 OBW

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#1 2X2KOB


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Posted 10 July 2007 - 08:54 PM

See the attached PDF for a list of the parts, part numbers, list and net prices and notes for the timing belt change parts on a 2000 Outback wagon, 2.5, auto trans.

Parts were ordered from www.1stsubaruparts.com which is Walker's Renton Subaru in Renton Washington (State) shipped promptly and received here in St. Louis in about a week. No sales tax of course but shipping was 10% of the order price. These folks are selling at 28% off list price. All of the Subaru dealers here in St. Louis sell at list price so there was a pretty good savings there.

You don't need to replace all these parts for a simple timing belt change but the car has 180,000 miles, this is the second timing belt change, it's my wife's car and I wanted to make it as reliable as possible, so I decided to replace everything on the list.

Hope this helps!

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