Kager Timing belt review
The type of timing belt needed for a car depends on the model of car. For some cars, timing belts can be replaced as a single unit or as a whole group of parts. The parts that make up the set in which the Kager timing belt kit is dependent on the vehicle manufacturer. The timing belt transmits mechanical forces from one component to another when a car is in motion. This mechanism ensures that all the parts are in sync and moving with the same force.
The timing belt is usually a slim ring made of flexible plastic or rubber. It wears off as a result of sliding against some of the parts and would need to be replaced often. In some cases however, oils and chemicals dripping from the car can melt the timing belt, causing it to melt or snap.
Kager timing belts are made for most common car models. They are usually available as a set, including parts which make the belt work such as deflection roller, belt pulley, belt tensioner and timing belt cover. Since these parts all work hand in hand, changing all of them will ensure that, the new Kager timing belt fixed works with all of them well. The timing belt for instance is guided by the roller guides and the direction is determined by the deflection roller. If the timing belt is however not synchronizing with the timing belts, the car will not work well.
Changing to a Kager timing belt is very easy. In most cars, the belt can be reached right in the engine area and so following the instructions that come with the components can help anybody change one. For cars with complex systems however, changing is not that easy. This is because, some of the components have to be dismantled to place a Kager timing belt. This may require one who is experienced in changing timing belts.