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Re: fast ? i am in the garage

k so i am swapping stator covers on a 929 finished it all except the gasket tore taking it off and i can't get one for a week or so ish so they (they being my local Honda parts guy and crew)say. Can i use a gasket maker (silicone tube type) or just cut a temp one from gasket paper ?
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Re: fast ? i am in the garage

I go with cutting a gasket. Get yourself plenty of exacto knife blades and go slow.

And good luck! Probability of success good vs. excellant with an OEM gasket.
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Re: fast ? i am in the garage

Make one from gasket paper, hold the paper against the cover, use a small ball peen hammer and gently tap around the edge of the cover with the ball end of the hammer, this will cut the gasket for you.

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Re: fast ? i am in the garage

Uhh, what about using the torn OEM gasket, and filling in the torn part with some permatex?
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That's probly not a good idea?!

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Re: fast ? i am in the garage

thanx ratter1 good plan
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dont ya just love it when a good plan comes together? *



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ratter1 : Make one from gasket paper, hold the paper against the cover, use a small ball peen hammer and gently tap around the edge of the cover with the ball end of the hammer, this will cut the gasket for you.
thats the way we did it in automotive class. Should be no problem for you.
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Rigger : thanx ratter1 good plan *
that the way they taught us at trade school

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