Gotcha! Sorry bout that
So far the hard part has been the rear sprocket. The center bore was too small to fit over the hub. The steel was to hard for my hole saw, so I traced a line and drilled an array of holes to punch it out. I'll be spending tome time with a file to clean it up before too long. It looks kinda gnarly right now.
I'm digging the UPS packages that keep showing up with parts and toys. First the kit shows up on Wednesday. Yesterday the head arrived. Today I get a box from mcmaster. And next week I should get jug/head gaskets from Dax.
This weekend's events linup: Chain breaking (I don't want to use a tensioner), jug porting, head drilling, and engine painting. If it all works out, I might even be able to fire it up Sunday afternoon.