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wolfie

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Somewhere around Swindon

Its been a very long time since i did one of these but i think that you fit up the oil drain with the metallic gasket (not the paper shit) dry or with a smear of oil? no sealants.

Can anyone confirm?

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Mr Joshua

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I cut a chamfer into the block and the drain fitting just incase the material in those areas have risen.
I also run a thin bead of gasket sealant along the outer edge of the gasket enough to seal but not to extrude out into the sump, but each to their own.

Edited by Mr Joshua on 28th Sep, 2021.

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Rod S

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I used a spare fuel pump hole blanking plate, drilled with a stub pipe welded in then milled flat (as the welding slightly curved it) and then just used a standard fuel pump gasket with a small smear of red hermetite - any of the setting type would have done, I don't like using RTV or any of the non-setting types on fuel or oil gaskets.
Personal choice though, I don't think there are any real rights and wrongs.

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