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Stephen
post Nov 28 2013, 11:32 PM
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Anybody here willing to do my truck LS intake gasket swap? I'll help all I can & pay you, but I'm also still trying to figure out about this aftermarket gasket that is better than stock as it doesn't compress then stay compressed after the block cools, the intake & block move away from each other & allow a leak which is apparently common. The aftermarket gasket apparently stays expanded over time & doesn't crush & stay crushed later in life.

Anybody wanna help?


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post Apr 28 2014, 07:17 PM
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IF I would have been on and saw this I would have given you a hand. Working as a tech for Chevrolet, I have LS intake gaskets down to an art wink.gif Plus, I really need someone to come give me a hand on my junk even if it means I go first. lol
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