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alcwkat

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PostSubject: The ultimate Optispark?   Sat Jul 07, 2018 9:31 am

At almost 90k miles I'm Opti shopping. This guy seems to be turning out the best I've found. Regarding the bearing, he states "I replace the bearing. I have a jig that presses in the new bearing while retaining the timing."

Has anyone installed his product yet?

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And, BTW, Rock has a few of these Belden/Napa 700785 wire sets left with high-temp gray line conduit:

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PostSubject: Re: The ultimate Optispark?   Tue Jul 10, 2018 6:49 pm

It ain't cheap but he's hitting all the high points. I'd make sure to put a new 4-pin harness on it too while you're at it and you've covered all the failure points. The bearing, Mitsubishi sensor and new seal are all big deals.

As I said when I bought a really expensive ladder, it's cheaper than the cost of ONE ER visit.  That opti is cheaper than the cost of a tow and the downtime to replace an opti.
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