Thanks for the ideas. The plug wires are right, I put numbers on the wire ends from left to right of eng before pulling them an I checked this twice. The push rods was placed on the bench in the order they came out of the old head an went back one at a time along with the rocker arms. All the wires an vacume lines are on. They can only go an plug into there right spots due to the size of lines an plug ends male an female. The eng cranks normal but when it fires it will kick back an sometimes fire comes out. I will try backing off the rocker nuts a turn or so an see what happens. Before I replaced the head number 3 cyc would get water in it after setting. After about 4 months the eng stared running like crap. I pulled the head an found a crack in #3 from spark plug hole to excaust side of head. Thanks again for the "try this" ideas.
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