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Old 14-05-2015, 20:22   #16
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Re: Permission to come aboard!

Ha, yes, I'm sure. Head gaskets are pretty pricey, but more justifiable with the cost of machining than, say, a $10 thermostat gasket (I made mine from a sheet of vulcanized rubber with my drill and a razor).
To really make sweet gaskets I'll need to invest in a punch set. With all the new tools on board I sort of feel like pinnochio in that I'm becoming a real boy!


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