So, it's been 7 years since the car's build date & the J30A1 engine needs its timing belt replaced. Which brings me to my point of what else gets replaced. Here is my list: 14400-P8A-A02 Timing Belt (197YU26 GB-323) $28.02 14510-PGE-A01 Timing Belt Adjuster $54.67 14550-PGE-A01 Timing Belt Idler (KOYO SEIKO) $30.32 14517-P13-003 Automatic adjuster gasket $0.90 91213-P8A-A01 or 91213-R70-A02 Camshaft oil seal (NOK) 39x53x8 $8.28 12341-P8A-A00 Valve cover gasket $9.06 12342-P2F-A01 Spark plug tube seals (NOK) $10.62 91302-GE0-000 Dipstick tube o-ring (8.8x1.9) $1.40 19200-P8A-A02 Water Pump (Yamada) with gasket $90.97 There are 2 camshaft oil seals, 2 valve cover gaskets, & 6 spark plug tube seals included. Should I get (2) valve cover gasket kits or just the valve cover gaskets & spark plug tube seals separately? The kit includes the head cover bolt washers. Does these need replacing? That seems a little too much in my book. The above prices are from Majestic Honda which was better than HondaPartsDeals.com by ~$1, Manchester Motorsports by ~ $24, SLHonda by ~ $26, one local dealership by ~ $121, another local by ~ $176, & a 3rd local by ~ $100. These prices include shipping and/or taxes. Total from Majestic is $256.48 including shipping & handling. Labor is free. I have the factory service manual, but there may very well be updates to it that I don't have. More importantly, are there any pointers from mechanics who have successfully completed this job? I know that many times mechanics figure better (quicker & easier but still quality & correct) ways to perform a job than what is called out by the factory. I understand that the crank bolt will need some not so gentle persuasion. I'm not going to heat the bolt, etc. Is it very difficult to get the timing belt back on?