Engine vibrations after timing belt change

Hi,
I recently did a timing belt change (water pump, seals,etc) on my 94 Honda Accord.
After this it feels like the engine (and the car) is vibrating
at certain RPMs, which wasn't happening before.
Any ideas what might be causing this??
TIA michael
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to remove the t-belt, the upper motor mount has to be removed on that side of the engine. Perhaps it was not torqued properly? Also, that model has a balancer shaft belt, perhaps it was installed incorrectly.
Or maybe the timing is out by a tooth, causing vibration at certain speeds.
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

The balancer shaft belt is out of time, It's the other 'belt' on your invoice. Must not have been a Honda dealer.
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