Might as well make it a complete timing belt job, itler puley, tensioner, tensioner pulley, balance shaft belts and pulleys. Possibley even do a balance shaft removal since you will have it all torn apart.
If its still in the car do it the half assed way.
Get the oil pump balance shaft "stub"
Leave the front shaft in, but no belt.
Same difference. Your engine isn't turning either, and it takes the weight off the oil pump. My 1g I did out of the car, my 2g I did as mentioned above.
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