Taking the risk of sticking out my neck - here some basic information,
The recommended book may contain more.
1. Mast rake
Originally the recommendation was 6", but it could be noted that for later S&S models rake was increased to abt 1 degree, and this would suggest 9" instead.
This assumes rig length is standard
2. Shroud pre-tension
Shrouds should stay tight on the leeward side up to normal heeling angles on the wind. Rigging screws should not be tightened hard at the dock, this is bad practice particularly for stainless screws, because threads of this material easily gall. Pre-tension at the dock is also guesswork, this should be done under sail.
Would be interested to hear what the book suggests before continuing on this subject.
3. Backstay tension on the wind
If there is a hydraulic backstay tensioner with pressure gauge the make and size is required in order to work out the proper pressure. In addition the rig length, and the diameter of the head- and backstay is needed, and whether they are wire or rod.