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valve cover bolt gromets?

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Ralphwd45

07-22-2014 20:01:54




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I pulled the valve cover o0ff of the CA, to check the valve lash, and didn't remove any rubber grommets under the hold down nuts. just had flat washers. When morning comes, I expect to call Welters, and get two on their way here. I want a spare, being as they also look the same, as on my C and B tractors. Do these little engines use grommets to seal around the valve cover studs? I know they were included in a gasket set, for my WD45.

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thebigyellowtruck

07-24-2014 10:21:55




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 Re: valve cover bolt gromets? in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-22-2014 20:01:54  
Ive used permitex on the back of a flat washer on my WD. That worked just fine too.



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David G

07-23-2014 18:49:09




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 Re: valve cover bolt gromets? in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-22-2014 20:01:54  
I got some from local Ace hardware for my MH.



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Ralphwd45

07-23-2014 09:00:52




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 Re: valve cover bolt gromets? in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-22-2014 20:01:54  
Thanks guys! If they are not included, then I will try to find a substitute. You all have a good week!



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mike kunz

07-23-2014 07:04:26




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 Re: valve cover bolt gromets? in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-22-2014 20:01:54  
just call agco dealer and get them



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gatz in ne

07-23-2014 05:17:23




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 Re: valve cover bolt gromets? in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-22-2014 20:01:54  
Fastenal sells a rubber-gasketed stainless washer that might work.

I think this is the number
(SKU) 1133167



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Butch(OH)

07-23-2014 05:03:59




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 Re: valve cover bolt gromets? in reply to Ralphwd45, 07-22-2014 20:01:54  
Yes they had the rubber washers followed by a flat then the nut. Having manged to lose them in the past I found that there are several substitutes at the hardware store that work well. One is faucet washers but sometimes the ones with holes large enough are hard to find, if so proceed to the electrical stuff and find the grommets used to protect wires when passing through a hole. Either will work, I have used both. If you need a valve cover gasket they come with them and problem solved.

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