Yes, the end float side. Despite usually being meticulous and not f-ing up mechanical operations, I'd somehow not tightened a valve adjusting lock-nut properly, the adjuster backed off (lock nut ended up in the sump) and slightly wallowed the stem/hole in the rocker. I replaced the rocker arm, but while it's supposed to be removable by just yanking the rocker cap, it wouldn't come out. Seems the rocker had much more material out the side of the adjusting screw hole than the replacement. But anyway, had to pull the cam and lifters to get the bastard out. I could have gotten by without replacing the part, but I didn't want to risk it. 8mm bolt head, not the shank. The inner washer and Belleville washer center on the cam, but the outer washer's hole is a bit bigger than the bolt, seems impossible to center perfectly. Looking through the special tool list, I didn't see one for this. Does it have a part number?
I followed your rollerization tutorial, made it doable on my end-thanks!