Stupid question time but reading the FAQ here,
It says to loosen the Cam Pulley's so that the can move how can this be done if they are locked,
[i]11. Rotate the cam pulleys fully clockwise, they sit in an elongated slot. These will rotate back round when you tension the belt and ensure the tension of the belt between the cams is correctly set.
12. Locate new timing belt onto crank sprocket and feed round the roller and onto inlet cam pulley, try and do this with minimal slack. Feed onto exhaust pulley and then finally round tensioner and water pump. Fit lower timing cover and put back on the crank pulley with pin.
13. Turn tensioner anti-clockwise using 8mm sump key. As you tension the belt you will see the cam pulleys rotate anti-clockwise. Keep going until you can twist the belt between inlet and roller by about 75 degrees. If you can twist it more it's too loose, if you can't twist it 45 degrees it's too tight and will cause premature failure of all components. Check the vid link below.[/i]
Or does this not need to be done,
I have a mate of mine who is a good mechanic arranged to do my belt and I am bricking it with all the horror stories about belts, He is very good but I doubt he has done a Gti Belt before,