I am looking to replace my harmonic balancer. I usually go with Toyota parts but am having trouble finding an OEM. I was wondering if any one could point me to a new OEM or had any exp with any of the many after market brands?
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Rebuilders of Engine Harmonic Balanceres for all cars and trucks. Thirty years experience and over 10,000 rebuilt. unique 'life time' guarantee.
Dale Manufacxturing is a small business dedicated to rebuilding hard to find and obsolete engine harmonic balancers for all cars and trucks. With over thirty years of experience, we offer proven preformance over time and quality work. Usually providing two business day turn-a-round time on parts we receive.
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If you can't do the turn-around time of the above repair, the best aftermarket was the Aussie-made unit, that is now probably unobtainium, as the company was bought by Dayco and switched production to China, producing the product the OP references, above. SOR may still have an Aussie one, since they wanted dearly for it.
If you can afford the down-time, the above reman business is the way to go.
@beno would know, but I thought the OE Toyota was still available?
If you're gonna buy the Dayco/Powerbond, O'Reilly's had the best price. I think all the aftermarket ones now, like ATP and Pioneer, are the Dayco, but I'm not 100% on that.