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|It actually looks pretty good in the pictures but the pictures do not tell much
You should not have to do ANY adjusting, you assemble each rail and then torque them down, there is no adjustment in this valvetrain (nor usually any adjusting to do on a hydraulic lifter valvetrain)
I am comparing your pics to pictures I have of a few 4.0 ohv I have torn down and built up.
Yellow springs go on passenger head, brown on drivers head. Do not mix match mounts, springs washers or hardware they stay where they were before disassembly
Did you keep everything in order?
I build custom RBV, specializing in drivetrain conversions, wiring, suspension and complete custom trucks