Find the correct Timing Chains for your vehicle
Timing chains are used on many modern cars in place of cam belts, although they're essentially exactly the same thing. Traditional cam belts are made of rubber, so are prone to perishing or breaking, whereas timing chains (or cam chains) are metal and tend to last much longer.
This is generally a good thing, as a broken cam belt can result in head gasket damage and a very, very expensive repair bill.
Timing chains aren't completely infallible, though, and do still need changing according to the manufacturer's specifications.
Although changing a timing belt yourself can be tricky, buying one doesn't need to be. We stock chains for all sorts of different makes and models of car, and we're here to make it easier for you to find the right one for your particular model. If you get stuck, just ask. That's what we're here for.