I finally figured out that the major reason I was having so much problem getting the sediment bowl to not leak was that the sediment screen was stretched and no longer round. There is a lip that the screen sits in and because it was no longer round, part of the screen would fit up between the gasket and the surface the gasket is supposed to sit on. Found another screen (completely round) in a box of parts I have sitting in the shop and have had no problems since. I cut my gaskets from cork gasket stock I bought from Advance Auto Parts years ago and it works fine without soaking it in gas.
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