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I would personally remove heads for repair/replacement as needed and inspect pistons and walls for any other issues.
The 65 and early 66 heads have a slotted hole (oval) that pushrods go through and act as guides.

From what I see, the holes in your cylinder head are round which require different rocker arms.
 
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