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Exhaust Leak Question #736403
06/29/10 09:04 AM
06/29/10 09:04 AM
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HogRidinFool Offline OP
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Hey All...I received some great advice on replacing my Steering Gear Box. The job is complete. It was fun, but now I know a few short cuts for the next time..LOL. Anyway, I did pull the exhaust manifold for easier access and after installing I've got a minor(anoying)leak at the flange. Is there a solution or recommendation other than the flat gasket that goes between the manifold and the flange? TIA!

Re: Exhaust Leak Question [Re: HogRidinFool] #736404
06/29/10 10:14 AM
06/29/10 10:14 AM
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use some copper rtv on it and let cure over night

I use it on header/gaskets and mannys with no gaskets..metal to metal

trick is to let cure over night and it wont burn out/off


Re: Exhaust Leak Question [Re: scratchnfotraction] #736405
06/29/10 10:23 AM
06/29/10 10:23 AM
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Re: Exhaust Leak Question [Re: DJVCuda] #736406
06/29/10 05:25 PM
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Thanks for the tips! I'll try the copper first and maybe the Remflex as plan B....


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