According to the maintenance schedule, the timing belt on my 04 Tundra is supposed to be replaced every 60k miles. Seems a little premature, but I would rather not take any chances. Truck currently has 72k miles, and the procedure seems pretty straight forward. I plan on replacing the water pump at the same time. Anyone have experience replacing there timing belt? Any tips/advice for a first timer? I have a Haynes manual and have read through the procedure several times, and understand everything. Just need to buy a chain wrench and puller to remove the crankshaft pulley, and one other tool.