seals to replace when changing timing belt?

Besides the water pump, what other items (seals) can/should be replaced when changing the timing belt?
Please provide the part numbers too, so I'll know what they look like
(and know how to order them, too).
Thanks!
Michael
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Drive belts, thermostat, cam oil seal, crank oil seal, oil pump seal (which looks like a cam/crank seal). Valve cover gasket set (incl spark plug tube seals), PCV grommet ($2-3).
If over 100,000 miles or second timing belt, consider radiator hoses and/or other coolant hoses.
I don't have Toyota part numbers, but these are for reference, assuming 97 5SFE:
(www.rockauto.com prices) GATES TCK199 (kit of timing belt with two pulleys and instruction) $84.79 GATES Part # K030295 PS belt $4.32 GATES Part # K050435 Alt/AC $12.12 FEL-PRO TCS45641 Cam seal $4.11 FEL-PRO TCS45920 Crank seal $6.04 BCA Part # 221820 Oil pump seal $2.71 FEL-PRO VS50304R valve cover gasket set $13.94 BECK/ARNLEY 0396428 $1.87 AISIN (Toyota #16110-79185) water pump $58.79
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===================== 1994 Camry, 4 cylinder, 5S-FE Vin #: . . . 0083, Date of Manufacture: 08/93
Parts List * (Please see notes: Page 2)     Name    Part Number     Cylinder Head Cover Gasket    11213-74020    8.91     Camshaft Oil Seal    90080-31023    5.40     Oil Filler Cap Gasket    90430-37140    1.22     Timing Gear Cover Gaskets:     Upper    11329-74050    12.89     Middle    11319-63010    5.96     Lower    11328-74010    15.31     Ventilator Hose Valve Sub-Assy. (PCV Valve)    12204-74020    4.22     PCV Valve Grommet    90480-18001    3.02     Camshaft Timing Belt    13568-09041    26.39     Timing tensioner roller sub assy. .    13505-74011    68.40     Tensioner spring    90507-17003    2.08     Timing idler roller sub assy.     13503-63011    39.92     Crankshaft front oil seal    90080-31022    6.24     Oil Pump oil seal    15165-74020    5.04     Oil Pump Cover "O" ring    15188-63010    9.35     Quantity - 5 : - Engine oil filter    90915-YZZA2    4.06/20.30     Water Pump Assembly    16100-79185-83    72.03     By Pass Water Pipe Gasket    16258    included w/pump     By Pass Water Pipe "O" ring    16268F    included w/pump     Thermostat    90916-03090    10.61     Thermostat gasket (water inlet housing)    16325-63011    included w/ pump     Radiator Cap sub assy.    16401-72090    9.68     Quantity - 3 : - Air Filter Element    17801-03010    11.71/35.13     Quantity - 4 : - Spark Plug    90919-01178-83    6.12/24.48     Alternator Brush Holder Assembly    27370-35060    11.87     V-Belt: Alternator and Cooling Compressor    99365-71110-78    15.89     V-Belt: Vane Pump (power steering)    90916-02318-83    5.77     Fuel Filter (with copper sealing rings)    23300-79305    24.74 Quantity 5 :     Engine Oil Drain Plug Gaskets    90430-12031    .69/3.45 Quantity 7 : ATM Trans. Drain Plug Gaskets    90430-18008    .82/5.74     Fuel Tank Cap Assy.     77310-12140    10.32     One Gallon Toyota Coolant    00272-ILLAC-01
Total            464.36 --------------------------------- This included things like five (5) oil filters and three (3) air filters, plus the timing cover gaskets because some sections of mine were missing. Also changed the alternator brushes, and gas cap. The genuine Toyota parts are slightly higher, but one of the reasons I bought a Toyota was because they last indefinitely with proper care and I attribute this to the design and quality of their parts. I also clean every fastener with a wire brush, and clean the sealing surfaces. If you plan on keeping the car, it's not a bad idea to change the fasteners also, for example water pump bolts that may be subject to corrosion. Car doesn't leak a drop of oil and the entire engine compartment is spotless. Runs flawlessly. There's no price on the coolant because that could not be shipped. Prices were from Butler Toyota in Indiana. Even though I am in California, they had the quickest and best response to my request for pricing.
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Daniel wrote:

Wow, thanks for the information, Daniel. Thanks also for your list, John.
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