You are looking at an early idler pulley on the left above the crank gear. The right idler pulley above the crank gear is the later style. If it were an early style it would have a lip. And the crank gear is indeed an early style without lip. Worst combination of parts available.
The early style idler pulley that was provided above the crank gear to right had a retention lip to it. LR determined this to contribute to early belt failure and updated the parts to use a crank gear with retention lips.
Hard to notice in the picture. the camshaft gear was also off a tick. This is a common mistake that is overlooked if the belt is not rotated and double checked after initial fitting.
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