Ok. So with an extension in the spark plugs hole I rotated to 0TDC. The extension was at the top of it's movement but the diz rotor was facing toward the 4-5 o'clock position.
The other times I would keep rotating and when it came back to 0TDC and top of it's movement it would be pointing at the #1 wire on the diz cap. This is where I would pull the diz and try to make adjustments.
This time I pulled it from the first position I described. When I lined up the diz marks and inserted it looked like this...
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Wich looks like what you guys have been telling me it should look like. I button it up but it won't start.
You're 180° out now. You were doing it right the first time.
Pluck the dizzy bring it back around again to TDC (#1 cyl on the compression stroke) and reinsert the dizzy so you can get it started again.
You may end up having to pull the valve cover and check the cam alignment. Any start up rattle from your engine? It is difficult for the timing chain to skip a tooth....but possible if it has enough stretch or your tensioner (hydraulic activated) is weak.