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Yes. Technically you can spin them however you want with the belt off and if you allow the valves/pistons to bump into eachother by hand, you very likely didn't damage anything. Best to move them as little as possible without the belt on, though.
 

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Is there just a straight yes or no answer to this ?

With Timing Belt off on my DOHC, can I rotate all 4 cams and the crank as much as I want, then bring them back to the line up marks, put the belt on and be OK. ?
Sorry dude, i'm not gonna research your type of engine for you if you didn't specify.

There is a reason this tool is made Camlock Tool 2
 
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