Well done Toby. You'll be able to do the job now, no worries at all
Just a word of caution on doing up the bolts. FT is all very well into steel but not into aluminium alloy. If you go FT into that material you'll strip the thread, no question about it.
Do it up tightly but don't go silly. Use a spanner rather than a socket with a long handle. It is harder (but not impossible) to over-tighten a bolt using a spanner but so easy with a socket.
As Mike says, paint a line on the bolts and recheck them after a couple of hundred miles.
If you have a torque wrench, practice doing up some bolts at the recommended torque and then do it with a spanner to get the "feel" of the torque value you're applying. With use and practice you'll find you can set the required torque without a torque wrench using your familiar tools with no problem.
Bottom line, if it feels tight enough, it generally will be.