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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-16-2012, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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website is so outdated is this a safe place to buy ? looking for MCCT http://www.tocmanufacturing.com/Manu...nTensioner.htm
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website is so outdated is this a safe place to buy ? looking for MCCT http://www.tocmanufacturing.com/Manu...nTensioner.htm
Yes it is. James Larson is the man, and his stuff is good!

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The manual cam chain tensioners are good. The acct replacement springs and rebuild kit are a different story.

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The mechanical cam chain tensioners are good. The acct replacement springs and rebuild kit are a different story.
Could you explain a little bit more as I am about to do my Vulcan in the next week or two and I going to contac TOC today or tomorrow for parts.

and always remember, "Ride until you rot!"
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Could you explain a little bit more as I am about to do my Vulcan in the next week or two and I going to contac TOC today or tomorrow for parts.
The complete manual cam chain tensioners are well built and work well. You could save a lot of money and do the mcct conversion described on this forum. The acct springs and rebuild kit from TOC are not worth the money and do not solve the problem. Their springs are not much heavier than the factory ones. I replaced my acct springs with 9000 miles on them with the new ones and you couldn't tell the difference between the two. I took them out in 5 minutes because the noise was the same and did the mcct conversion. TOC was good to do business with but I feel the replacement springs aren't worth it and doing a mcct conversion is the only way to go.

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Upgraded Mosfet rectifier

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I got the MCCT and mounted them just recently - they are high quality build, and simple to install and adjust. Can only recommend them.

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yep, just got my TOCs recently. fast and easy.

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I was skeptical myself since I have an 06 with low miles....but I now have them and they are beefy, well made, easy to install....and you won't believe how quiet it makes the engine.

They are worth the money IMO
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