Re: My Progress & Timing Question
You've had more than you're share of bad luck with this belt change, it's a shame the monkey before you wasn't the one to suffer doing it a second time around.
That crank pulley bolt is most likely left hand threaded, so watch out for that (check the manuals first). I would change it, it looks too near the height of the teeth. Whilst the cam pulleys should ensure it runs straight and true it hasn't got to slip much to jump the belt off. Then you'll be able to use your belt changing experiences to do it all again as you take the cylinder head off to replace the valves.
Good luck. Best way to remove the bolt is put it in gear , have someone sit on the brakes - iirc there is no easy way of locking the flywheel on the engine. As GE says, you need a torque wrench big enough.
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