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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Forum
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Intake/ exhaust gasket

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pointrow

09-11-2020 14:59:30




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What should I use on gaskets to help seal?
I remember using aluminum paint on head gasket but donít remember intake and exhaust.

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Pointrow




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molinegb

09-12-2020 17:41:55




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 Re: Intake/ exhaust gasket in reply to pointrow, 09-11-2020 14:59:30  
Get new gaskets.All basically same back to 30's except bolt holes. If still doesn't seal time for a mill job. Don't use inserts.



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t.r.k.

09-11-2020 18:59:53




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 Re: Intake/ exhaust gasket in reply to pointrow, 09-11-2020 14:59:30  
On an itake/exhaust gasket, if I used anything, it would only be a bead of fuel-resistant RTV or Permatex around the intake ports. I would think anything mentioned would burn out of the exhaust ports and then you would have an exhaust leak.



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rustred

09-11-2020 19:38:38




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 Re: Intake/ exhaust gasket in reply to t.r.k., 09-11-2020 18:59:53  
how cam cement burn? thats exactly what it is made for ... not silicone on exhaust! and if there is more than .010 space its time for machining the surfaces.



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rustred

09-11-2020 18:40:30




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 Re: Intake/ exhaust gasket in reply to pointrow, 09-11-2020 14:59:30  
muffler cement. its bought in a small tube. when things are all flat you dont need anything. this stuff works and thats what i use.



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G.STUA765

09-11-2020 17:56:29




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 Re: Intake/ exhaust gasket in reply to pointrow, 09-11-2020 14:59:30  
I have used form-a-gasket material



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