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I found this article on timing belts and chains. Seems pretty good. Both designs have their pluses and minuses. Looks like Chevy's 3.4L uses timing belts too. The article suggests most timing chains will go up to 100k or more, but not always. Just a guess, but I would think the cost of changing a timing belt is less expensive than changing out a timing chain/sprockets. What do you think?
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