Tel 24h:


Home > FAQ


1.What is the maximum temperature that a V-belt can operate?

A good rule of thumb is that for every 35-degree increase above 85 degrees you reduce your belt life by one-half. For best conditions a belt should operate between -35 to +140.

2. What are the Orida auto parts'S Certificate ? 



3. Can I  Put my brand on the belt ?

as long as we have your authorize , we could print your brand on the belt 

4. What is Belt's Pack ?

we often adopt export carton to package belt  . we also making box or card sleeve according to your request 

5. what is MOQ ?

Generally we request MOQ is 100pcs in each size  


6. what's timing belt 


A timing belt is a flat rubber belt with teeth. The teeth maintain precise timing between internal engine components to ensure smooth and efficient operation.

Timing belts are used in two types of engines: interference and non-interference.


7.Do all cars have Timing belts ?


No, some use a timing chain. Timing belts are lighter, quieter and more reliable than a chain — plus they’re easier to install and maintain. Your professional service technician can tell you whether your car has a timing belt and if it has an interference or non-interference engine.


8.Are Timing belt difficult to replace ?


Replacing a timing belt is a highly specialized process and should only be performed by a certified technician. While some belts may look alike, they definitely are not interchangeable. It’s very important to get the correct belt size and type for your vehicle.

While you’re having the timing belt replaced, ask your automotive mechanic to inspect and replace other parts of this system as well, like tensioners, idlers and water pumps. (The belt's sole job is to transmit torque and if one of the other components is failing such as a timing belt pulley or belt tensioner, the belt will soon fail as well, even if it is new.)