Re: Valve Cover Gaskets and Torque
I use the cheap chrome plated covers. Take some rough grit sandpaper, rough it up real good where the gasket sets in the cover, a little bit of lacquer thinner on a rag, clean the groove.
3m feathering disc adhesive type 11 part # 051135. Spread that in the groove, just enough to cover where the gasket sits. Use the cheap cork gaskets, hand tighten.
You can take them off and on multipile times.
If you ever want to change gaskets you can get them out because it doesn't harden.
And old engine builder tought me that, I'm 64 and he's quite a bit older then me.
You don't have to wait to set up, instant on.
A lot of you probably have air sanders with discs glued on them, you can take the discs off several months or years later.
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