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Timing marks do not line up after you rotate the engine. What they do is have an even number of teeth on the gears and an odd number of teeth on the belt. If they were both even, the belt would wear down quicker from the gear hitting on the same spot. When you rotate the engine over one time you will see the mark on the belt moves one tooth ahead. With each rotation it moves farther away.

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