Cut a piece of plywood to protect the rad fins, it is slightly tricky getting the pin in the crank and the puller on the pin. once on, all is good.
Change your differential fluid too, real easy.
I've SLOWLY worked the tensionor up on the block. It WILL go, just a few turns on each bolt and watch the belt with the pulley as the tensioner tightens up. Take your time, feel the two bolts as you tighten, restart if something is amiss. I've done about 5 of these this way. Compressing that thing is a bear, breaks pins and drill bits. This way is easier, take your time.
there's a timing belt how to on here, look for that. I use small needle nose vise grips to hold the belt to the timing gears. Work counter clock wise.
rotate the engine slowly, ensure nothing binds, get back to the timing marks. Repeat, if marks are a go and no bind, your good.
Here's a pic of the cam bolt coming out, if you look at the bottom, you'll see the wood. Never removed the rad.