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Long story short, I had my 113 in my B rebuilt in a machine shop that is high volume and does reputable work.  They left the push rods out because I was going to try and find another valve train assembly off of another B that a friend of mine had.  I found one, took it off and brought it home, put the push rods in-  numbered and re-installed in trhe same order they came out- and this is the result.  Are the gaps the result of my not having turned the crankshaft enough, thus creating rhe gaps between the tops of the push rods and the cups on the tappets?  

I grew up with Moline equipment and never worked in IH tractors until recently.  Anybody have any ideas?  

I have other questions about timing marks on timing gear and governor, but I'll save that for another posting.  Any help is most welcome and appreciated. 

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Did they seat correctly in the lifters?

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The top picture it looks like the pushrod on the left is bent slightly? 

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