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WD intake manafold???

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Texas Red

03-13-2004 13:51:32




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I have 48 WD allis and the intake and exhaust manafold keeps burning out the gaskets. Is there a product out there to help seal the new ones. Thanks for any help. TR




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David_T (MO)

03-15-2004 12:05:19




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 Re: WD intake manafold??? in reply to Texas Red, 03-13-2004 13:51:32  
I used muffler patch paste on both the head and the manifold. Trowel it on nice and thick and let it dry overnight. Next morning use that big file Brian mention to get it flat. Repeat as needed to get a good flat surface. install the manifold in the normal manner. My cheap patch has lasted five years. Just blew out the front exhaust gasket this winter so may have to repeat the patch process myself.

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Brian G. NY

03-14-2004 08:26:52




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 Re: WD intake manafold??? in reply to Texas Red, 03-13-2004 13:51:32  
From my experience, it seems the front exhaust port always seems to be the first to "blow out". I have found that by carefully filing across all the manifold ports with a very large flat file one can get them all even so that they seal much better. If the manifold is really bad, a good machine shop can mill the surfaces smooth and level.



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bw in mo

03-14-2004 04:03:20




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 Re: WD intake manafold??? in reply to Texas Red, 03-13-2004 13:51:32  
Is it the manifold or the head that is causing the trouble. If it's the head there are two ways to fix it , one take it to machine shop have the pits shaved off. Two they do make a product that will seal it between gasket and head, I have used it between gasket and manifold with some sucess. can't tell you the name or # but have to go to cat dealer to get it. It will cost about 80.?????for a pint of it .

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