Having moved the S-IC, the crew turned their attention to finishing the job of jacking up the S-II.
Of course, they couldn't actually do much with the S-II while the crawlers were still supporting the S-IC stage.
I went out to the Saturn V Center throughout the day, checking on the progress of the S-IC. Some time between 3:15 and 4:00, they moved it into its final position. I later overheard that they used a laser positioning system to determine where the S-IC should lay; they were originally off by 1/3" so they fired up the crawlers, moved them forward and then back, right into position.
There was no additional progress visible from the parking lot by the time the museum closed, but I returned at 7:00 pm, in time to watch them install the final two support columns in their foundations and then lower the S-IC onto the posts.
And so Wednesday July 11 ended with the S-IC resting in its new home.