Hmmm, hadn't heard the term "gasket shellac" for quite sometime now. It has been pretty well replaced with gasket maker in a tube which generally works better anyway. When those tractors were built, "shellac" was about the only sealer available. It came in a can with a brush applicator made onto the cap, and before you installed the gasket, which was generally cork back then, you painted both sides with shellac. Darned stuff worked too, 'cause when you removed a gasket it required a lot of scraping to get the old stuff cleaned off.
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