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Broken phenolic gasket/washer in 8n oil pan

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D-weaver

07-08-2018 11:58:18




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Have a 1950 8n. It runs beautifully. Change the oil and found a broken phnolic washer/gasket in oil pan. I have read the post about the wield washer in oil pan but mine is different. I have search my I&T manual and internet with no luck identifying the object.
Any help would be appreciated
Thanks

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Tim PloughNman Daley

07-09-2018 05:19:44




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 Re: Broken phenolic gasket/washer in 8n oil pan in reply to D-weaver, 07-08-2018 11:58:18  
Perhaps you have an older version of the I&T manual??? My I&T Manual does show the oil filter and pan views, as well as the '39-'53 MPC too; both with the part numbers, descriptions, and exploded views. Yours does look like a ho-made gasket like Dollar Bill said, some composite/fiber type. What is the ID of it? What is the OD size? We can't judge by the pictures. You need a scale reference so we can identify it. The oil pan plug gasket is p/n 8N-6734, cork, on the oil pan drain plug. There is a small fiber washer/gasket that goes beneath the oil filter canister lid clamp bolt. It is original part number 01A-6749, see pictures - still sold at CNH. That is sort of what your find looks like but how it got from the oil filter housing all the way to the oil pan is highly unlikely. Again, what is the size of the ID and OD? The oil pan plug, p/n 9N-6730, has a fine mesh screen attached to it that when the plug is fastened, the oil pump pickup tube fits inside it.

FORD OIL FILTER CANISTER CAP GASKET -01A6749:


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D-weaver

07-09-2018 09:15:40




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 Re: Broken phenolic gasket/washer in 8n oil pan in reply to Tim PloughNman Daley, 07-09-2018 05:19:44  
Thanks to all for the response.the od is 1 13/16 the id is 15/16 thickness Is 1/16. I hope that helps



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Tim PloughNman Daley

07-10-2018 01:44:52




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 Re: Broken phenolic gasket/washer in 8n oil pan in reply to D-weaver, 07-09-2018 09:15:40  
Looks to be about 5/8"-3/4" ID but still I can't tell you where it came from, and, certainly nothing that was original. Might have fallen into the oil fill tube somehow, but you got it out now so just hope there aren't anymore.


Tim Daley(MI)



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D-weaver

07-10-2018 19:50:46




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 Re: Broken phenolic gasket/washer in 8n oil pan in reply to Tim PloughNman Daley, 07-10-2018 01:44:52  
Thanks for taking a look. I was thinking the same thing. Im gonna run it. Iím sure it will be fine



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Dollar Bill

07-09-2018 00:20:40




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 Re: Broken phenolic gasket/washer in 8n oil pan in reply to D-weaver, 07-08-2018 11:58:18  
Welcome to the forum - Glad to have you!!

The washer looks home made. I don't recall any internal engine gaskets/seals that resemble your photo.



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