Can't Find a Gasket
(27 November 2015)
Since many of the gaskets on old tractors aren't available anymore, you may be stuck with having to use one of the modern tubes of "gasket maker" substances available at auto parts stores. If you have tried unsuccessfully to use these, the problem is most likely one of taking the directions seriously. These compounds will fail every time if the surfaces are not absolute degreased prior to application and not allowed to dry. Straighten any surfaces that need it, use a real degreaser until the mating surfaces are squeaky clean, and follow the tubes recommendation for application. Then let it dry. You have little choice but to do this on many non-engine mating surfaces since replacement gaskets aren't made anymore.
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