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Check these out...new head gaskets.


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#1 Demon Brat

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Posted 07 July 2014 - 08:07 AM

I ordered these because they are exactly like the ones I took off my son's 1979 Brat (engine stamp 12/78).  When I received them I was excited because they appeared perfect, then I looked at the back and they are 80% metal.  

 

Does anyone have experience with these or this type pf head gasket?  They look like they are quality gaskets, I just wonder how they will seal since they are mostly metal on the one side.

 

Your thoughts and expertise will be greatly appreciation.  I guess I'm nervous and want to make sure I only have to do this once.

 

 

This side looks fairly normal.

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This side has mostly metal.

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Do I just put them on with NO sealant and follow the torque specifications?

 

Thanks,

 

Shawn

AKA Demon Brat

 






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