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Best place to purchase Timing Belt/Water Pump/Drive Belts (05 Elantra)??

I have a 2005 Elantra GL and its due for timing belt replacement. I figured I might as well do the water pump and all the other belts while I’m at it. What is the best place to order these items? Can they be purchased as a kit? I know timing belt should be OEM, what about water pump and the other belts? Any other suggestions welcomed!!
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I'd tell you to order OEM stuff from ebay. It's pretty cheap.

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Behind the timing cover I would go OEM , here is a link for Forgreen on ebay for $109 plus shipping for factory timing belt water pump, gasket and idler and tensioner bearings. You would need to buy the three other belts, A/C power steering and alternator.
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Order ??? Walk into your local Hyundai dealer,, gop to the parts counter,, and leave with all the parts in hand during your lunch break... we keep all that on the shelf.
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On Hondas, its a good idea to replace the water pump when doing the timing belt, but its not necessary on the Elantra. The water pump is easily replaced w/o disturbing the timing belt.

I did the timing belt on my wife's Elantra in about 4 hours--next one would probably only take about 3 hours. Simple/ easy job.
For comparison, I attempted the timing belt/ water pump on my MIL's Civic, and gave up after a frustrating 2 hours w/o having broken the crank bolt. I managed to replace the drive belts, but not the timing belt--and sustained several cuts in the process.

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Did this a while ago on a 2004, best prices for all the stuff was Rock Auto. I did the water pump too as it is behind timing belt and car had 109K miles and figured it would start leaking one week after I put it all back together! Kind of tight between block and strut tower, timing cover can be a bitch to get back in right with the limited space and not lose the gasket placement.
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