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What you are seeing is the slop or clearance between the flywheel and the flywheel bolts.
This is precisely why the 3.2 flywheel is pinned in place.
You can relocated the flywheel so the marks line up or just take the difference into account when using the flywheel mark for timing.
The latter is only a good idea if you will be the only one timing the engine.
A change like that, even that small, could drive the next guy
crazy.
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