Dont bother with the roller rockers, They will give you little to no gains(if the stock ratio).So stock pushrods and rockers will be ok. That'll save me over $400 if I can get away with it. I don't plan on pushing this engine hard all the time but I do plan on getting on it every once in a while. Just don't want anything coming apart on me. With a pedestal rocker you just crank em' down to toqure specs, right? There's no way you have to set em' up special, just tighten em' all the way down? I remember my 289 in my '66 had the stud mounted rockers and I actually had to start the engine up and adjust each rocker until it stopped clackin' then cranked it an extra 3/4 turn to get it where it needed to be, what a PITA.