My F100 (2001) has 450+ hrs on it. The manual says change it at 400. I ordered one on-line for $60. All I can see that there is to change this, is to mark the crank and cams and pop the old one off and the new one on. It has a spring loaded tensioner wheel. Has anyone here done this? Is this something only a dealer can do? I usually don't shy away from turning wrenches, however with the new stuff, I've found myself lacking a bit.
Any advice is appreciated.