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1210 intake gasket
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  How to remove hard rubber gasket
Posted by: Keith Miller - Yesterday, 01:15 AM - Forum: Valve Cover Gaskets - Replies (1)

I have a 2008 charger and trying to remove the old gasket from the plastic valve cover.  It is hard as plastic and doesn't budge at all.   Most I can do is crack it but I can't get under it to remove the seal.    Any suggestions on how to remove this other than buying a new cover?

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  Front vs back of rear main seal
Posted by: Max - 12-10-2018, 01:13 AM - Forum: Crankshaft Seals - Replies (1)

I've got a rear main seal from you guys for my Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0. Having a hard time telling which side is the "big lip".

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  Correct Intake Manifold Gasket Set for GM SB 327
Posted by: Deb - 12-09-2018, 04:55 PM - Forum: Intake Manifold Gaskets - Replies (3)

Could you please tell me the correct Intake Manifold Gasket set I need for a GM 327 870 block?  This would be for both the non-Perma Dry Plus and Perma Dry Plus.  If you could supply me with your part numbers for the gasket sets that would work for this application, that would be great.  Also I understand there is no sealant required with the Perma Dry Plus product except for the ends.  Is this correct, and if so, is the sealant required on the non-Perma Dry Intake Manifold Gasket sets.  Thank you.

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  Sealer on old engine head gasket?
Posted by: Will - 12-08-2018, 12:06 AM - Forum: Head Gaskets - Replies (1)

Should I use sealer on the head gasket for a 1954 Willys 6-226?

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  Marine gasket set, GM gen V, 17242 or 17244?
Posted by: Andreas - 12-07-2018, 09:47 AM - Forum: Marine engine sealing - Replies (1)

Hi,

I am rebuilding my BB Chevy gen 5 Marine and in need for a gasket set.
I think i have narrow it down to two of your Marine gasket sets.

What´s the difference between your gasket set 17242 and 17244?

Is your gasket set 17146 the set i need for the lower end?

Best regards // Andreas

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  1210 intake gasket
Posted by: Jerry - 12-07-2018, 12:26 AM - Forum: Intake Manifold Gaskets - Replies (1)

I am installing this on 454 with edelbrock rpm manifold do I use sealant on cylinder head side of gasket or not .

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Sad Fel , honda civic turbo
Posted by: valetino - 12-06-2018, 07:33 AM - Forum: Head Gaskets - Replies (1)

I have seen fel, but I have not seen anything for the civic honda and my application, which is not good.

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  501 SD vs. 7733 PT-2 Head Gaskets
Posted by: Mike Zeman - 12-05-2018, 08:32 PM - Forum: Head Gaskets - Replies (1)

I have a 1984 Crovette with a 350 bored .030 over with speed pro flat top pistons, and a scat rotating assy. It is not a race motor but will be about 120hp over stock. the block has not been decked, but .008 has been shaved off of the heads, (1969 041 heads with 2.020 valves) I was wondering if I should use the regular 7733PT2 head gaskets or go with the 501SD gaskets, are the 501SD gaskets MLS? I've heard the block and head surfaces need to be perfect to use the MLS gaskets and although the block deck is not a perfect surface, is completely flat.  My pushrod length has changed and with stock gaskets my pushrods are just a hair short, and I was wondering if the thicker 501SD gaskets may correct that some.
Thanks

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  SS72144 colors / revisions?
Posted by: Mike - 12-05-2018, 12:40 AM - Forum: Valve Stem Seals - Replies (1)

I have a full set of SS72144 valve stem seals. They are unopened in original packaging but I'm unsure of their age. They are reddish brown whereas all the pictures I can find of the SS72144 on the internet are light blue. Are they an earlier version? If so are they outdated? 

Thanks

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  Difference between set HS 9076 PT-3 and HS 9076 PT-4
Posted by: Kevin - 12-04-2018, 03:23 PM - Forum: Gasket Sets - Replies (1)

What is the difference between HS9076PT-4 and HS9076PT-3.

I need a set for an early 99 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4.0. (I have read somewhere else that the -4 is for a +'00. I believe it was stated for either an intake or exhaust change)

Your site calls for a HS9076PT-4 for my year model. 

I also have a 98 Cherokee and your site lists a HS9076PT-3 for it.

They both use the same 0630 cylinder head. I just want to make sure I order the right set for my setup. What are the differences between the two sets and please verify the correct part number I need? Thanks

Thanks

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