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Re: Buying Gaskets Verses Making Gaskets

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03-20-2014 17:32:09

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see if you can get the gasket specs. if so.. it's usually not an issue **

* gaskets that help set beairng preloads are IMPORTANT to be correct.

* gaskets on flanges that seal hyd pressure like N and fergy are EXTRA EXTRA important.

no silly-cone!

gasket for carb to manifold is a no brainer.. ez. I make em and carb halves gaskets for ms carbs all the time

i took a template and photocopy it onto my stock.. then exacto them out. use a hole punch for clean holes too.

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03-21-2014 04:38:49

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 Re: Buying Gaskets Verses Making Gaskets in reply to soundguy, 03-20-2014 17:32:09  
didnt know about the preasure on that bolt hole in the fergie (another guy mentioned that to) nice to know , Hydraulic oil is not cheap. Appreciate the comment.I think a guy could get addicted to playing with these ..(down side is it can get costly)

lots of those old tractors around my area , I think a guy could buy a lot of them cheap ..(500.00 to 1000.00) .

Now I need a garage , nice to be able to work in the winter and get away from the other half.

thanks again

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03-21-2014 13:37:07

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 Re: Buying Gaskets Verses Making Gaskets in reply to rodeo123456, 03-21-2014 04:38:49  
i put up one of those pull thru 53x30 metal buildings. love it work under it.. park under it.. etc

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03-20-2014 18:12:25

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 Re: Buying Gaskets Verses Making Gaskets in reply to soundguy, 03-20-2014 17:32:09 I like that.

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03-21-2014 15:00:24

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 Re: Buying Gaskets Verses Making Gaskets in reply to Alan K, 03-20-2014 18:12:25  
about the only place i like rtv is on non pressure joints that won't squeeze out. in other words.. not many places.

'the right stuff' onthe other hand.. is pretty good stuff used int he right application.

otherwise things like aviation gasket makes is decent, again.. when needed

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