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Doing my timing belt for the first time. The picture below is of the crank sprocket. Its a little off, but is as close as I can get it. The cams are right on after turning the engine over a few times and this is always right around here. Is it close enough?

Even if you guys say yes, I know I'm going to be nervous cranking this up for the first time after I put everything back together!

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Turn it a weeeee bit to align cut with line, look at cams again to verify all is well
 

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Yeah, I've turned it over about 4 times. Right now the cams are right on, so if I turn it a little bit they will be a tad off.
 

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I think it's ok. Certainly it won't do any damage so long as the tensioner is ok and the tension is right.
 
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