What did I do wrong?
Many moons back, I tore down the front of my engine due to the harm balancer needing replaced and having a leak on the H.B. seal. Well, I replaced the timing cover, balancer seal and the oil pan gasket with a 1 piece gasket and it leaked terribly in the front. It felt like there was a gap between the gasket and the timing chain cover and the oil pan. Since this is a daily driver, I red necked it and put some RTV in the space to stop the oil leak. It worked good enough that it held until I could get around to cleaning the stock timing cover and putting that back on. I replace the balancer seal on it and and after the reinstall, I have the same issue. After getting ahold of Summit's tech line they informed me that the oil pan gasket is the correct one. So, more rtv and I moded my PCV valve to put constant vacuum on the crank case; thus no more leaks. That works and she drives fine, but I still don't like it. Any Ideas? It's a 350. Thank you all.
1968, 5 speed, Vintage Air Gen IV, American Auto Wire Update Series, Champion 4 Core Rad, BMR front w/ Koni's, BP Roller 383, Posi 8.2", Solid Frame Bushings