Questions: How many miles were on your belt when it broke? Did one of pulleys, idler, tensioner, water pump seize up?
Make sure to get the entire timing belt kit: Belt, tensioner, idler pulley, water pump and gasket.
Use large spring clamp type paper clips to hold the timing belt onto the cam pulleys when installing the new belt.
Double check and triple check the cam timing alignment when you put it all together, and run the motor a few times through by hand with a ratchet on the crank pully bolt and re-check the timing marks on the cam pulleys.
The harmonic balancer pulley bolt comes off really easy with a breaker bar and a cheater pipe wedged against the ground or the frame. Bump the starter motor (just a bump mind you, don't crank it!) and voila! Bolt is loose.
To retighten that bolt I used a belt strap wrench that I bought at harbor freight, with a cheater bar on the strap wrench, and my torque wrench on the bolt. I can't remember if that bolt requires some locktite or not... many of my other vehicles do.
Since you have to remove the radiator, take the opportunity to take it to a radiator shop and have it cleaned and inspected. Usually can be done for about $25, or else maybe get a new radiator if it has high miles...
Inspect the fan clutch. If the fan clutch is wearing out, sometimes they can be rejuvinated with some silicon fan clutch oil... got some once from a Toyota dealer, but can't remember the part number... or else just replace it. This is a vital component for proper cooling and is often overlooked when overheating problems occur.
Replace all rubber cooling hoses, including those to the oil cooler on the oil filter housing and to the heater core at the firewall. Replace the radiator cap and thermostat too. Replace all the belts, fan, alternator, A/C, power steering.
The extras that I've listed here may not necessarily need to be done and do increase the cost, however since you are in there already it is the ideal time to do it.
95.5 Rodeo S 3.2L V6 4x4, 5-spd, 16" alloys with limited slip diff, 1.5 inch lift, flipped BJ's, low-pro bumpstops, Superwinch manual hubs, 178K miles and still going strong. Planning on raising it up to 3" lift and adding 265/75R16 tires.