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Oil filter mount gasket

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Dave 39B

09-30-2007 18:48:21

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Hi guys I am looking for an oil filter mount gasket for my 39B.I looked on this AC parts site but no luck.Someone know where I might best find one.Also I think I have a hub for a G on my B and am replacing it.Does someone have a pic of a G hub,I would like to get rid of this one and would like to know for sure if that is what I have.
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Dave 39B

09-30-2007 20:06:45

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 Re: Oil filter mount gasket in reply to Dave 39B, 09-30-2007 18:48:21  
Thanks guys that's what I needed to know.The hub description sounds right too.Soo much fer thinking it's a G hub

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09-30-2007 19:18:25

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 Re: Oil filter mount gasket in reply to Dave 39B, 09-30-2007 18:48:21  
the oil mount gasket is cork. you are further ahead to go to NAPA and buy a fiber gasket sheet and make your own. put it on with permatex. file the aluminum housing flat on the back, it will probably be bowed and not flat.--- teh hubs on the 38 and 39 B were different than the 40 and later. original had the hub and rim as a combination with rivets. then they had 4 square bolts mounting the big ring to the rim. final desing is the automotive design with 5 studs we have today--- if you dont want the 38-39 design- you can sell it easy.

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Jeff Z.

09-30-2007 19:17:18

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 Re: Oil filter mount gasket in reply to Dave 39B, 09-30-2007 18:48:21  
Try giving Sandy Lake Implement a call.
Ask for Bette or Brenda.

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