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    Dayco Harmonic Balancer PB 1530 N

    Does anyone know if this balancer is still available? It was a great piece at a reasonable price. I don't trust the doorman one and refuse to pay $500 for the other one.
    Seems crank position sensors are not available new anymore, I still have an old one I can use if I have to.

    Thanks Tom

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    It's on Amazon for $135 with Prime. Summit, Jegs online or even Oreilley's locally if you have one in town carries it. Wise choice on skipping the Dorman.

    https://www.amazon.com/Dayco-PB1530N.../dp/B013YNFZP4
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    Thanks, I saw the Amazon posting but it says 1 to 3 months wait. I'm in Canada so I'll check around some more, last time I got one I ordered it from Rock Auto but they have no stock. It's for a car I've had on the back burner for a long time so it's not urgent.

    Cheers

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    I recall there were some fitment issues with the Dorman early on, but has this been fixed now?

    Orielly stocks the Dorman and the picture looks correct and the specs look OK.

    I don't do Rock Fuko after they F'd me over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TbirdSCFan View Post
    I recall there were some fitment issues with the Dorman early on, but has this been fixed now?

    Orielly stocks the Dorman and the picture looks correct and the specs look OK.

    I don't do Rock Fuko after they F'd me over.
    Dorman is crap...Dayco PowerBond is the good one.
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    These are out of stock everywhere. No word from Dayco on when they will make another run.
    Quote Originally Posted by Miller View Post
    Ya thats why i tape mine down. People think its bc i dont have a moonroof seal (which is true) but its really to keep my roof from ripping off .
    Email me here.

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    Damn, hope they do another run of them. Thanks for the replies.

    Tom

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    Does anyone know if the ATP 102175 harmonic balancer is any good?

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    See this thread for someone selling a used Power Bond balancer

    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthre...07#post1121307

    David
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    I dont know much about harmonic balancers, I did notice that the powerbond balancer was a solid one. Does the harmonic balancers that have rubber absorb the vibrations from the engine better than solid ones?

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