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      04-23-2010, 10:34 PM   #1
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For sale are my Rogue Engineering pulleys. I had them on my car for under 1,500 miles, and during that time, they made nice improvements to the low-range torque of the vehicle, and made rev-matches a little quicker. I am selling them because I had them removed thinking something was wrong with the pulleys, but found out later that it was that the wrong belts had been installed. I've paid 200 to get the pulleys on, and then 200 to get them taken off. I don't want to spend 200 to get them put on again.

They retail for about $385.00 plus tax. http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=1952

I am selling them for $275.00 Or By Offer. It is for a 6MT car, built on or after 06/2008. (Might work on DCT as well, according to RE's instructions? Better ask someone else that though.) The pulleys will come with new replacement belts provided by the vendor I bought them from. The belts to be provided are unopen and unused. Preferred (but not limited to) local sales, in Irvine, CA. PM me with offers, thanks!

Some iPhone pictures. I'll try to get better ones up later.



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For sale are my Rogue Engineering pulleys. I had them on my car for under 1,500 miles, and during that time, they made nice improvements to the low-range torque of the vehicle, and made rev-matches a little quicker. I am selling them because I had them removed thinking something was wrong with the pulleys, but found out later that it was that the wrong belts had been installed. I've paid 2500 to get the pulleys on, and then 200 to get them taken off. I don't want to spend 200 to get them put on again.

They retail for about $385.00 plus tax. http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=1952

I am selling them for $275.00 Or By Offer. The pulleys will come with new replacement belts provided by the vendor I bought them from. The belts to be provided are unopen and unused. Preferred local sales, in Irvine, CA. I will get photos as soon as I can. PM me with offers, thanks!
that much to install!?
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      04-23-2010, 10:54 PM   #3
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must be typo- don't tell me you spent 2500 to install a pulley.
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That was most DEFINITELY a typo! I didn't spend over a thousand dollars to install a pulley.

Figures Richard had to catch that! Thanks for catching my goof guys.

Pulley was used on/is for a post-06/2008 6MT. It might work for DCT as well though? According to RE's instructions? (Photo included above.)

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GL with the sale. I love my RE pulleys
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GL with the sale. I love my RE pulleys
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The A/C belt (6PK1062) is a b**** to put back on the tensioner, but its completely DIYable.
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wow, I love mine... one of the best mods I've done.

Good luck with sales Brian.
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