Topic: Re: Gasket Sealant? Or not to Gasket Sealant?......
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I rarely put sealant on any gasket, but there are instances where I do, such as valve cover, oil pan, engine front cover, generally where you need to have "help" to keep the gasket in the right place during assembly. I also like High Tack by Permatex. I put it on one side only, that being the one that will be easiest to scrape the gasket off from when it needs to come apart again. RTV silicone is virtually never a good idea, because it can squeeze out, break loose, and go and block an oil gallery.
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