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Old 10-24-2006, 05:15 PM
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Default Oil Pan Gasket Install

Just checking to see what most people prefer when replacing an oil pan gasket with the motor in the car. Seems like everyone has an opinion as to which is best. Gasket on dry, dry with silicone at corners, gasket with blue or black ATV. Gasket with aviation sealer.

Want to knock out the leak on the first try. I am thinking about using the one-piece oil pan gasket. Any opinions or experiences would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old 10-24-2006, 07:03 PM
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Vince, I used the one peice gasket on mine.....
And thanks for having me with your group last weekend it was fun.
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Oh yeah, and you shouldn't need any silicone on it as most of them have silicon in the gasket. Make sure you trial fit it on the pan. It should just lay on it with no problem.
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Thanks Ed

Also had a good time Sat, will see you next month
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