Changed at 87,000. Belt and pulleys all looked good.
There is an "alignment" flat bar that sets the cams, and there is a screw in "bump stop" alignment tool that sets the crank. You will need both tools - don't attempt this job without them.
FYI - set the cam alignment tool BEFORE sliding the belt off. I was 180 out when I went to set align the cams and had to step away for a moment. Put the belt back on, rotated the moter, aligned and got no codes. Consider myself very lucky in this regard.