The only tricky part is getting the tbelt over
the cam gear.
The problem is that when you
turn the crank it creates a tight side and a
slack side to the tbelt. The trick is to move
the slack to where you need it during the
install. Here's the process...
Put the cam gear on to the timing mark. Put the
crank's harmonic balancer ~1/4" prior to the
timing mark. The purpose of this is to get some
tbelt slack on the right side of the cam gear.
The crank rotates CW if you are standing in
front of your car looking down at the motor.
Tensioner should be slack.
The belt should already be around the crank.
Using the slack you created, put a maybe 1/4" of
the belt on to the right side of the cam gear.
Try to get 1/4" of belt width on to as much of
the gear as you can.
Now turn the crank a 1/4" or so such that you
move the slack to the left side of the cam gear.
Don't do this such that the cam wants to move,
you are just transferring slack from the right
side to the left side of the cam gear.
Now that you have some slack on the left side of
the cam gear, you should be able to continue
with that 1/4" of belt thickness the rest of the
way around the cam gear.
Now turn the crank backwards just a little to
move the tbelt slack back to the right side. You
can probable slip the rest of the belt on to the
right side of the cam.
Turn the crank forwards a little such that the
slack moves to the left side of the cam again.
Put the belt entirely on.
Turn the crank backwards a little and transfer
the slack to the right side. If you're timing
marks aren't right, take the belt off and change
the starting position of crank.
tensioner to remove the slack on the right side.