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im planning to replace the timing belt on a 2006 Tucson V6

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I'm planning to replace the timing belt on a 2006 Tucson V6 with 66k miles. Is there anything else I should service while I'm in there?

Yes you should replace the drive belts (if they have never been done) cam seals, crank seals, water pump, timing belt tensioner and idler pulleys to save yourself from doing it all again too soon. Sometimes the seals are still dry and can wait until the next service of the timing belt but I would do them now. Anything that has moving parts should be replaced while you are there.
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