)if so "adjust if possible first ...notation #2B down page below (then recheck compression) IF AND WHEN YOU DECIDE TO GRIND VALVES ON OVERHEAD CAM MOTORS YOU PROBABLY WILL NEED TO TAKE THE CAM /S OUT 1ST engines with push rod motors (not overhead cam) i recommend caution if loosening any rockers are removed as some motors like Chevy v-8s and inline 6 motors have a certain way to set them ARE ROCKER ARMS IN THE WAY OF HEAD BOLTS?
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Can you afford a Head Gasket set if so how much can you spend ?
Are you using a used replacement head is it rusty ?
Have you ever worked on cars motors or lawnmowers ?
(expireance) How complex is your engine is it a simple old chevy or ford or : is it a newer OHC with variable timing ( these can be tricky)?
Do you have enough Tools to remove the head sometimes special sockets for torx type bolts CONSIDER DO YOU NEED TO GRIND VALVES ? to begin with do a compression check and note what cylinders are low 20 or 30 %,(example some are 85 and some are 120 lbs.) AND THEN B .examine the movement of the valve lift before deciding to remove head see?
if valve motion is moving like the higher reading cylinders valves,? if so fix cam first Is or has the valve clearance become too tight (by adjustment or wear?