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Timing bell replacement

(1990 Volvo 760)
in New Hyde Park, NY on May 05, 2010
5 yrs ago my car had a timing bell and tentioner changed. Do i need it change again after near 70,000 miles run?
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on May 06, 2010
These timing belts are recommended every 50,000 miles, so I'd say it's time to replace it.
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