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OK thanks for the advice. There is no "this side up" on my replacement gasket. There is however one side that is smooth and the other side has ridges around the cylinder bore holes. I assume that the side with the ridges faces down and the smooth side is up?? I know assume can be a dangerous word so...
ok, will do. Hopefully its just the gasket. I was told the motor is low time and it hadn't been used in awhile so maybe its from sitting??? Also is there anything i should coat the gasket with or just install it dry. Thanks in advance.
Hello, I have a post war model K with worn valve guides. The compression on all cylinders is good and the rest of the motor seams to be ok. I've done some research on the forum and it appears to be of universal consent that new exhaust valves with a 45 degree seat insert cut into the head is a given...
- Wed Oct 28, 2015 12:16 pm
- Forum: Engines & Powertrain
- Topic: paragon 1XE output flange
- Replies: 2
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Hello all: I am having difficult in removing the flange from the above transmission. So far I have removed the big nut on the end of it and put a puller on it but it doesn't seem to want to come all of the way out. Also the shaft is keyed. Am I missing something or do I just need to apply more press...