This is a 96 80 series with 193k. I've put about 10k on in the year I've owned it. The very first thing I did was take it to a friend with a Toyota specialty shop and said make it safe and reliable....luckily we'd done a pre inspection and there wasn't much to be done other than belts and fluids. After 6k, I noticed one of the twin belts had broken while doing an oil change. Friend said bring it in, we'll warranty the belts and put two new ones on(Toyota matched set). Since it had been about 7 months, I thought that was a good thing and unexpected in this day and age. There were no obvious causes, they put a stethoscope on each pully to check for an intermittent bearing to no avail. New belts were installed, everything is cool. In an impressive display yesterday at 65mph, one or both belts went and took the shroud and upper radiator tank with them, leaving me on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere with a wet spot in my shorts. They lasted 4k. We are perplexed. A search reveals you should use OEM which we have done. Any additional thoughts would be appreciated. PS. I believe I'm reading that leaving the shroud off will improve AC performance which would be a plus in Florida....fact of fiction?