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01 Timing Belt Replacement Parts ?

Hi guys....I am getting ready to order parts (Genuine Toyota) for changing the timing belt in my 01 limited v8 with 81000 miles.

Besides the belt, water pump, and serp belt what other parts should be changed at same time or are some of these not necassary?

Tensioner Roller? Idler Roller ? Hydraulic Tensioner? Camshaft and crackshaft seals? Thermostat ?


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While you're in there, do it all (except the crank seal, unless it's leaking). You don't want to have to tear the whole thing apart again for a stupid $30 part. Get the timing belt kit from eBay seller Volkstoy. They have comprehensive kits with quality parts.

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Hi guys....I am getting ready to order parts (Genuine Toyota) for changing the timing belt in my 01 limited v8 with 81000 miles.

Besides the belt, water pump, and serp belt what other parts should be changed at same time or are some of these not necassary?

Tensioner Roller? Idler Roller ? Hydraulic Tensioner? Camshaft and crackshaft seals? Thermostat ?
Not trying to give you any hope but When I had my '01 I changed the timing belt 3 times around 75k interval and my water pump and other seals and rollers at 150k. the belt tensioner roller I changed twice. I sold my truck at 285k miles Im sure it still had a lot of life left. No leaks. All I would suggest is to keep up on your maintenance especially what you are doing wouldn't hurt.

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While you're in there, do it all (except the crank seal, unless it's leaking). You don't want to have to tear the whole thing apart again for a stupid $30 part. Get the timing belt kit from eBay seller Volkstoy. They have comprehensive kits with quality parts.
What's a comprehensive kit ?


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What's a comprehensive kit ?
It has what you need for the job and folks that use the kit say good things about the quality of the parts included.
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