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BushogPapa

10-27-2012 10:36:19
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Replace the radiator hoses while it is apart..!!

Pretty straight forward.. about the only problem I have had is getting the plate between the 2 rear head bolts to seal..

Use some sealer on the Push-rod side of the head gasket..they seem to seep on that side for a while if you don't.. Might be a good idea to knock a freeze plug of two out and Flush the water jacket out while you can.

Ron..

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BushogPapa

10-29-2012 10:20:33
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 Re: Head Gasket in reply to BushogPapa, 10-27-2012 10:36:19  
NO, you do NOT need to pull the engine for a Head Gasket... You WILL need to remove the top sheet metal "Hood".. That comes off easy, with a few screws up near the radiator and the "Screw-clamp" around the gas tank.. Lift off the air inlet cover and the hood will lift off.. After that, it is a straight-forward head Gasket change.. If you ever want a new muffler, remember, ONLY a "Nelson" Muffler sounds "Correct"..

Ron..

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BushogPapa

10-29-2012 10:19:53
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 Re: Head Gasket in reply to BushogPapa, 10-27-2012 10:36:19  
NO, you do NOT need to pull the engine for a Head Gasket... You WILL need to remove the top sheet metal "Hood".. That comes off easy, with a few screws up near the radiator and the "Screw-clamp" around the gas tank.. Lift off the air inlet cover and the hood will lift off.. After that, it is a straight-forward head Gasket change.. If you ever want a new muffler, remember, ONLY a "Nelson" Muffler sounds "Correct"..

Ron..

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Country Bob 74

10-29-2012 05:14:23
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 Re: Head Gasket in reply to BushogPapa, 10-27-2012 10:36:19  
Will I need to pull the engine to replace the head gasket?



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BushogPapa

10-28-2012 16:56:49
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 Re: Head Gasket in reply to BushogPapa, 10-27-2012 10:36:19  
When installing the Int/Exh manifold, I rub Hi-Temp Silicone into the white rings, slip them on the manifold runners, stick the metal cups on them, then slip the manifold in place..keeps everything together better..!! I think it makes the gaskets last longer too.. Use "Never-Seize" on the Manifold nuts.. I like to add a Hardened Washer under each nut.. Might as well check or replace the thermostat while you have it apart..

Ron..

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Country Bob 74

10-28-2012 13:54:41
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 Re: Head Gasket in reply to BushogPapa, 10-27-2012 10:36:19  
Thanks so much, can use all the help I can get. I'm not much of a mechanic.



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Country Bob 74

10-28-2012 13:54:41
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 Re: Head Gasket in reply to BushogPapa, 10-27-2012 10:36:19  
Thanks so much, can use all the help I can get. I'm not much of a mechanic.



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