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Hey all, just wrapping up a timing chain on my 85 22r

I have my crank at TDC. With the bottom bright link on the dimples of sprocket. The top bright link is matched up to the dimples on camshaft sprocket.
My question is, after assembling everything else. I noticed my cam sprocket has rolled back to the left like one tooth. All the marks are on the chain/ sprockets are still lined up but I can’t get my cam sprocket to be at a PERFECT 12 o’clock.
Did I mess something up? Did I not preload properly or is it ok for the cam shaft to roll back a hair to the left ?
I already have timing case / cylinder bolted down and hoping I don’t need to pull it back off.
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