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Old 11-15-2017, 12:02 PM
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Blimey, there's a thread resurrection! Glad it was of some use to you.
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Blimey, there's a thread resurrection! Glad it was of some use to you.
I now need advice on how much the head can get skimmed
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Originally Posted by SideWaysOnFire View Post
I now need advice on how much the head can get skimmed
I'm pretty sure that it's in the workshop manual.
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Any pictures? What symptoms did you have?
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Originally Posted by E4RTH WORM JIM View Post
Any pictures? What symptoms did you have?
need advise on the silicon type needed to reform the head as there is a small section on the front that requires gasket with tube of? What's it's name any suppliers? Cheers guys start to put the old girl back together next week..
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You mean against the timing chain cover? Use Permatex ultra grey.
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Three bond 1215 and 1184 can do most of the engine sealing jobs between them:

https://www.techsil.co.uk/threebond-tb1184-100gm-tube

https://www.techsil.co.uk/three-bond-tb1215-oem-engine-gasket-250g
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