Ok i did the timing belt, water pump, crank shaft seal and trimming belt pulley. I also did new plugs, wires, and distributor and rotor. This was my first timing belt change and the tear down was not that hard took about 2 hrs to get it torn down. Having a air impact for the crank pulley is a must. Started out with a breaker bar but it would not budge. Used a neighbors impact and it came off quickly. The hardest part was getting the new belt on, had to align it per the instructions and tap it in place with a dead low plastic hammer. The whole job took me 2 days and 10 hours with help. I had a serious idle issue before belt was changed new belt fixed it completely. Runs like a new truck. With out the information from this site I could not have done it this easily. If anyone has questions about getting this done please PM me. I am not an expert, but found it not as bad as I thought.