Hi Mavrick I have looked at my instructions and think this is pretty clear, but as you aren't sure all I can do is give some pointers.
I did mine as directed using poly zap, but other medium quality cyanos should work fine.
I didn't use a kicker to get the glue to go off it goes off fast enough!
when finished the bearings need to be affixed to the tube so that they hold their position when you push them into the boom.
they need to be square across the tube when finished.
DO NOT PUT GLUE INTO THE BEARINGS
The bearings are positioned at DIFFERENT distances from the ends so you don't get the possibility of a harmonic vibration occuring
So I suggest you slide the bearings into their final position with NO glue when 100% happy mark where they are either with a suitable felt pen or wrap a piece of tape on the part of the tube which is in between where the bearings will finish up at.
remove the bearings and degrease the inner race of the bearing which will be in contact with the boom AND the torque tube where the bearing will sit, rubbing alcohol will work.
Do one bearing at a time
put a SMALL amount of glue AND if you are not confident a 30 minute epoxy will give you more working time.
spread the glue thinly around the tube at the location the bearing will sit in, if you use too much you run the risk of it running into the bearing as it is pushed into position.
slide the bearing back into position as marked keeping it square to the tube give it a quick slide backwards and fowards to spread the glue ( talking no more than a 5mm movement here) and leave it in it's correct position to set.
The POLY ZAP goes off quick enough as i say so once done leave it alone, I layed mine on the kit box so the tube was resting on the box and nothing was touching the bearings which when set are set for life!
In the next step when fitting the tube drive ends it all fits nice but do try to tighten the set screws and equal amount to keep every thing lined up nice and straight.
Stage 5.3 I fitted the washer on the pinion shaft before putting it through the bearing carrier, rather than between the carrier and front tail drive joint, and this is correct IMO.
when every thing is together which ever position you fit the washer you may need to ease the slots in the frames which are for the bolts that clamp the front boom holder in position in order to get the pinion perfectly aligned over the crown gear. Don't worry it is the only point I found with the kit and easy to adjust if you want it to be 100%
I hope this helps, PM sent