<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by Gilbertl »
</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Congrat's Section8, and I have a question.
I visited your site, and I'm very curious as to why you recommend changing the cam belts at 6000 miles?
Yes, I know about the valve clearance issues/concerns, but that just seems way too premature.</TD></TR></TABLE>
You dirty threadjacker!
This suposed to be all about Me, Me, Me, Me
But, to answer your question, I feel that since they are only a little over $100 and no more cost in labor, they are chaep insurance against failure. If one does let go for some reason, it gets expensive. You can look at it like this also, an oil change even if you do it yourself rund almost $45 and you do that all the time.
I also feel the same way about tires. They are a lot cheaper than bodywork, leather, skin, bone, etc. But people still try to get 4+ track days out of a set.