Im a bit late on your post just so I get it correct as I talked you into a shade tree mechanic. Are you sure there is no oil filter? See photo from Bruce, your tractor is a Ford N right? 1010 NAPA oil filter. You know it is not a screw on one like your car or truck? You did remove all the green liquid in the cylinders? Clean mating surfaces where the head sits on block? DO you have a manual that shows tighting order of head bolts? If not let us know. Stop if you have a doubt on your repair. A lot depends on your head repair. Do as you want but I am a fan of copper spray gasket seal and silicones. For me it is just a way for me to avoid a problem , but that's me do what you want. A lot of guys get by fine without it. I also throw in some builders block into the cooling system to avoid leaks. Have fun.
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