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    Litens Idler/Tensioner Pulley - Original Equipment Quality

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    Warranty Information
    • Product Details

      Part No. 900493A

      Warranty Details (1 YR REPLACEMENT IF DEFECTIVE)

      This pulley is manufactured by Litens Automotive - inventor of the first automatic belt tensioner in 1979 and today the worlds largest supplier of Original Equipment (O.E.) belt tensioning and routing products. Like the Nissan Original Equipment pulley, the Litens replacement part is constructed of heavy duty steel for long life and trouble free performance. This pulley assembly IS supplied with a new bolt as well as front attachment device & rear dust shields and nut.

      Product Features:

      • Manufactured by the world's largest Original Equipment supplier of accessory drive tensioners and pulleys.
      • Heavy Duty Steel Pulley
      • Pre-assembled pulleys save installation time and insure that all components are assembled to original specifications for both installation and performance
      • Precision steel stamping with close tolerance ball bearing pocket.
      • Electro-deposited coating (e-coat) for superior corrosion resistance.
      • Running surface designed and engineered for proper belt tracking.

    • Specifications
      • Belt Type:Serpentine
        Bolts/Hardware Included:No
        Bracket Included:No
        Inner Diameter:17 mm (12 mm with spacer)
        Material:Steel
        Pulley Bearing Inside Diameter:12 mm
        Pulley Outside Diameter:84.0 mm
        Pulley Surface:Smooth
        Pulley Width:30 mm
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