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Help me out here.....I want to respond but things look in order as the photo makes it appear the sprocket is correctly oriented with the keyway in position.

Are my eyes that bad or ???????

But if it did turn on the crank the odds are there are a bunch of bent valves.

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I would think a standard two legged pulley puller would/could engage the backside once the belt is off.
In general, these are not that tight a fit as the center bolt is designed to 'pinch' the assembly's.....that's why the suggested torque is so high.

It is designed to be removeable and must be to service the front crankshaft seal.
Actually, if you can find some online instructions for front seal replacement it'll include the sprocket removal proceedure.

Rob
 
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