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Old 11-22-2010
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Location: Blue springs, MO
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my 1994 ford ranger

ok my ranger has 174k on it i got it when it had about 156k.......
when should i replace my timing belt.....

things i have replaced is
my belt, battery, idler pulley, oil and thats really about it

my front alignment is also shot......
also is driving my ranger with a ****ty clutch going to make anything worse except the clutch??????

i just want my ranger to last as long as possible
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Old 11-22-2010
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Most timing belts are replaced around 120k. At 174, if you're not sure when it was last done, not a bad idea to just do it.
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