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waukesha 195(320) head gasket

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04-18-2011 09:56:43

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wondering if anyone knows where to get a stock head gasket for a 195gk(320) or a complete gasket and seal kit

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Mike Bock

04-20-2011 19:06:10

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 Re: waukesha 195(320) head gasket in reply to 3000rpm, 04-18-2011 09:56:43  
reuse old gasket if not destroyed you will not find a better gasket than the old steel gaskets ,clean it with wire brush and put copper coat on it

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E Bush

04-19-2011 10:30:08

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 Re: waukesha 195(320) head gasket in reply to 3000rpm, 04-18-2011 09:56:43  
3,000 RPM,

Front seal is an 88 style seal & felt. Rear main seal is a 1650 style with chrome wear sleeve on crank. Oil pan is an 88 gasket.
Timing cover is an 88 gasket with an additional piece spliced in. Water jackets and water pump etc.. are made from karropack gasket material. This is what I used on my 320. Hope this helps. Good luck! D. Bush

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04-18-2011 11:02:19

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 Re: waukesha 195(320) head gasket in reply to 3000rpm, 04-18-2011 09:56:43  
3000, try brad @ maibach tractor, 330-939-4192. chuck

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