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Re: B antifreeze everywhere

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05-09-2013 15:52:15

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will do, you think the gasket didn't seal because I didn't get it hot enough?

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05-09-2013 18:24:19

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 Re: B antifreeze everywhere in reply to carterbeauford, 05-09-2013 15:52:15  
That &cant it must be retorqued WHILE its still hot, everyone tells me. I just did a B & its a pretty quick thing to do.

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05-09-2013 21:33:48

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 Re: B antifreeze everywhere in reply to, 05-09-2013 18:24:19  
Pretty quick? Are you serious? It sounds like something as easy as opening a petcock up. I did the re-torque on my B. It is not that simple. Dont give people the idea that its simple or quick, unless you give the specs on how quick it may be. It needs to be done, but some weekend mechanics are not going to find this as quick as the rest of us do.
Im just sayin.....

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05-10-2013 11:42:01

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 Re: B antifreeze everywhere in reply to MEANJDK, 05-09-2013 21:33:48  
Dude its SIX bolts....2 for the carb 2 for the valve cover 2 for the rockers. Torque the head twice, slap rocker assy back on, cover, carb, done. One hour for one guy, loafing. Get yourself the reusable silicone valve cover gasket off Ebay for $20 & save even more time. I just fail to see the difficulty, if you've succeeded in replacing a head gasket & made it run again.....this IS easy (?)

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