I'm at the half way point on my 30K. I had some difficulty getting the cams out of the car due to the pulleys being on the cams thus not allowing me to remove the rear fiberglass timing belt cover. The rear bank being the most difficult due to the fuel distributer beign directly over the cam pulley. With the cams removed I unbolted the pulleys and replaced the o-ring. It is now time for reassembly. Is it recommended to reattach and retorque the pulleys before reinstalling the cams (and fight the belt cover) or set the cams in place then slide on the cam seal block (the one with the inner cam seal and outer o-ring), belt cover, then pulleys? If the pulleys are attached first, what is the best method for installing the cam seal block without damaging the inner seal? I did find a good way to remove the cam pulley bolts. Wrap the old belt completely around the pulley, take up all the belt slack and put the belt in a bench vice. It will hold the cam pulley in place as you us an impact wrench to remove the bolt. Have someone else hold the cam so it doesn't fall to teh floor when the bolt comes off. Any other advice at this stage of reassembly is greatly appreciated.