Apologies for not photographing the stages of fitting the tuners and cutting the nut but these steps are covered elsewhere on my blog.
You can see that I fitted some original F-logo tuners. They are actually from a Fender Mustang or similar guitar as they have plastic buttons but the construction is otherwise identical to tuners that would have been fitted to a 1969 Stratocaster.
I’m pretty pleased with the way the neck feels, it isn’t a slim neck, certainly bigger than the neck that was on my 62RI but it’s very comfortable with the soft V shape at the first fret transitioning smoothly to a rounded profile at the 12th.
The neck relief is adjusted almost straight and the action is 1/16″ across the fretboard at the 12th fret.