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You will need to buy 2x new cam shaft sprocket bolts, remove the old bolts one at a time and fit the new bolts but do not tighten at this point. Have the spark plugs out and the crank shaft locked with the timing pin as well. You can then drill 2 holes in the cam locking tool to bolt it down to the head which will clamp the lower parts of the cam timing notches so the cams are held correctly. Then tighten up the cam sprocket bolts remove all the timing tools and rotate the engine 2 complete turns (4 revs on crank) so all the timing marks should still line up.
It looks like your exhaust cam is only half a tooth out at the moment but it should run ok and you would probably not notice and loss of power.
 
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