Got all the timing components loosely fitted minus the primary timing chain. Setup the drivers side with the timing alignment tools. The jackshaft that runs through the "V" and times both cams is held in place by friction. The only part that is indexed for TDC is the crank pully and lower timing gear. Gears to all other timing components need to be aligned and then held in place by the friction and torque of the fasteners. Understandable why the bolts are all torque to yield. "One bolt to hold it all" or something like that.