I replaced my camshaft (with a Colt - Frank06 was out of stock) and did a timing belt change. The car started on the first crank despite my having removed the tandem pump and runs well. It's got more power than it ever has. Two lifters were holed and one is badly dished. I'm about 20 minutes runtine plus 35 miles into this and all is good so far, but I have a couple of concerns. First, when I set the timing, I did so using the write-up here. Locked crank, locked cam and had hole in the cam pulley about 1/4 of the way from the left side of the toothed window on the cam sprocket. Installed belt from crank to water pump then to cam sprocket and pulled out all slack. Got it over tensioner, etc. and then installed idler. Tensioned and then turned crank over twice. After that the the crank lock installed but the cam was off. How much, not sure. So I re-did it. The second time, with the crank locked the camshaft locking pin went in, but it was HARD to get it in. Off by a few thousandths I figure. I didn't try to rotate the camshaft to get it in. It went in, I just had to really force it. On a related note, the hole in the cam hub is fairly left of center in the toothed window. I expected it would be further toward the center. I know I'm not off a tooth but I'm concerned there might be a little too much tension on the front side of the belt. Like I said, thousandths. Is this something I should worry about? On another note, I used the "Shortcut" method of removing the tensioner (pulling the stud) which was convenient, because the stud came out on its own when I tried to remove the nut. The problem with this method is that when you put it all back together there is no way to torque the tensioner to specs. There's just not any room between the engine mount and the tensioner to get a torque wrench with a socket. So I just got it gutentight. With a 6" wrench I estimated 30 pounds (2x 15 ft/lb) and gave it an extra 1/8 turn. Any worries here? Like I said, it runs great so I'm sure the timing is good. I'm just worried about the belt or tensioner failing given what I've described. Thanks!