I remember paying $400-600 for timing belts at the dealer. It is labor intensive but skill is needed to maintain the integrity of the timing. I think the Hardbody like other trucks have interference engines. Meaning, if you screw up the timing, you bend valves.Thanks for the reply. As a newby to the Frontier, what could I expect to pay for a replacement service?
Good catch on the city. Amsterdam is a unique place for a variety of reasons. Last time I was there, I entered a "Coffee Shop" to get a latte or similar. I saw no coffee machines in the establishment. In fact I was totally confused as to what was going on until I saw a patron take a deep draw (toke?) on something. There must be some local law that prevented them from proper signage: "Head Shop."Re: your profile pic. One of my favorite cities in the world -- Amsterdam!
Good luck with your truck.