I don't know about the clutch springs, I'll look, when I get the chance. When you had the block machined, did they also cut the counter bores for the liners deeper? If not, you'll have too much liner protrusion and the head gasket won't seal. A composition gasket will seal better than a copper one. I don't know how much clearance you have between the valves and pistons. I have had heads resufaced and not had a problem. I would temporarily put the head, gasket, rocker arms, and push rods on and turn the engine over very slowly by hand, to see if anything hits. You can also put a small piece of clay on top of the pistons, and measure the thickness of it after you turn the engine over.
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