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Re: 12 volt con head bolts bracket removel bruce

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03-05-2013 17:16:57

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if the stuf looks good and not waisted.. doube nut it.. and get hte old nut loose of possible.. then install and torque down. a micro smear of ptfe or similar paste won't hurt it.

on the manifold to block.. many have reported good results with some sort of steel filled epoxy applied with wax paper.. thena file / sand job.

I'd back that up with new gaskets and some hight temp red silly cone.. I don't normally use goops like that.. but there are a few cases it may be ok.. ideally, if the manifold was pitted.. you would resurface or repalce it. i realize thats not always a feasable option.

good luck

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03-05-2013 17:45:58

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 Re: 12 volt con head bolts bracket removel bruce in reply to soundguy, 03-05-2013 17:16:57  
yes i did the high temp filler works very good on block i have knew manifold . i think iam getting to picky with the block it turned out very good with waxs paper and thermo seal high temp filler and some sanding . there are very few pits left . thank bruce . my brother in law is a millwright for a pharmaceutical compay he has fixed 4 inch dia steel shafts for 15 foot mixing tanks .that are pitted at seal blue magic filler high temp filler .

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03-05-2013 17:55:43

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 Re: 12 volt con head bolts bracket removel bruce in reply to tom bleeker, 03-05-2013 17:45:58  
at this point.. I'd guess a set of gaskets and some hi temp red rtv and you are ready to go..

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