OK. We skipped a few steps.
1) Take engine apart and dissasemble. Check the crank and rods, replace rings as necessary, etc.
Now install the crank and bearing saddle.
15, 29, 37, 55. FIngertips to biceps, torque is cheap!
Nice Shiney Pistons. I actually lost sleep on whether I put
the valve pockets
on the right side....well...passenger side that is!
Woke up and loaded the picture above just to be sure.
Head torque is 15 + 90 degrees + 90 degrees. Ends up being
about 95 ft-lbs.
GRUNT. Double checked with beam-type.
Ready to go in. This is a 1983 motor. Note the case iron exhaust. THis motor had been apart before, as evidenced by the late (87+) oil pan with sender blockoff.