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Has anyone noticed? .. that Toyota seems to have "Reverted" to Timing CHAINS... No more Timing BELTS. It seems to have been a Quiet Transition. Most Toyota models now "seem" to have chains, with a few minor exeptions. The term CHAINS is not mentioned in the "Maintence Guide"... Of Course. It's just a lack of mention of BELTS that is noticed.

Chains don't need to be changed every 90,000 miles. Chains have been bullit proof since the advent of the internal combustion engine. Timing BELTS were cheap to produce and they were quiet.

Can anyone confirm this observation???? Regards: TacoGuy

PS: I think the 4.0 Litre TACO V-6 .... May now have a chain! If this is the case this is a Positive Developement... no matter what engine.
 
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