8. The pushrods and rocker shafts were polished up, examined for wear, and set out for assembly. Don't mind the old head bolts that we cleaned up: At the last minute, we learned that they are one-time-use bolts and needed to be replaced. For the record, when a shop manual says to torque head bolts to x lb-ft (sometimes in several steps), then they are regular reusable bolts. If the manual says torque to y lb-ft and then turn 90 degrees, they are non-reusable torque-to-yield bolts.