2008 WRX ~126k miles. This car was purchased used with no maintenance records but previous owner says the timing belt was replaced. I removed the left and right covers to take a look at the condition of the timing belt, can't trust that the job was done, right? So here it is, a genuine Subaru timing belt. Considering the mileage on the car I think it would look a hell of a lot worse if it was never changed right? There is also evidence that someone was in there because the left exhaust cam gear has been excessively chipped where a special tool would normally be used to rotate the cam to the correct position when changing the belt. I don't have any of the specialty tools so I didn't remove the crank pulley and middle cover to be able to inspect the idlers and tensioner. I'm sort of doubtful that the idlers and tensioner were changed out because I can see a portion of the water pump from below the engine and it doesn't look "newish". This is my first time doing anything with a Subaru so maybe people with more experience on this type of engine can chime in with their opinions and guesses as to what if anything was done here?