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At what KM/Miles is the right time to change Isuzu Bighorn timing belt

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    Assuming that the timing belt should be changed at 100 000km, I want to know how many extra km/miles one can do before changing the timing belt? Please respond

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There is no real answer it could last 30,000 more miles or break tomorrow. They are not very hard to change and you would know after you changed it that you would have another 100 000 km of worry free
driving. Better to spend a afternoon changing it than breaking down, stuck on the side of the road ,having to tow the vehicle,days of inconvience instead of hours.

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