@dmil123 , thank you. In the instructions, it says 1st to align with the sprocket and dot, and then the next step says to check the timing mark. So I need to adjust the timing mark, but then the sprocket and dot get misaligned a tiny bit. But since the timing mark is the 2nd step, that wins. Got it. So it looks like the timing mark takes precedence. It does not give instructions for aligning the "TI" alignment, should I align on the T or the I?