I got the whole thing disassembled, surprisingly the crankshaft bolt was not a difficult as I had read on other posts. I used the screwdriver method and some muscle and it came right off. After I got all the covers off I noticed that the tensioner was a different style then what came in the kit I had. Now a dilemma, do I use the other parts and put the old tensioner back on or wait and get a new one. I took off the old pulleys and sprocket and measured them against the new ones, everything look exactly the same so I replaced them, then I matched the two timing belts together and measured them, again exactly the same so I replaced that. I checked the water pump and it looked almost brand new, spun the pulley and it spun, felt tight and did not make noise or wobbled, which would be a sign of a bad bearing and no leaking so i left it in. Then removed the tensioner putting a pin in place, then checked it, it slowwwlly moved in and out with a vise and the roller was tight. I put it back in and reassembled. I tested the car with the covers off, ran great. put all the covers on, ran and test drove. Everything runs great, 4.5 hours total. Am I missing anything I should have checked?
The oil leak I talked about earlier was from a small leak at the front of the oil pan gasket, I will have to change that.
I just wanted to update, I hate unresolved posts, and thank you for your help.
I think it should be able to make the MI to CO trip and then some.