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Old 03-20-2008, 07:54 PM
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Mr Gasket intake manifold gaskets

I have a set of mr gasket 5821 intake manifold gaskets that i just bought from the local auto store. I was told they usually sell these with there aluminum manifolds. They looked a little different but i figured there were instructions. The only instructions were that they would have to be modified if you wanted the exhaust crossover. They don't have the end tabs that fit into the rubber end gaskets and they just look different. They are going on a chevy 350 with world product s/r heads and a performer rpm intake. No machine work has been done that would change the clearances. I always had left the exhaust crossover open before on this engine and manifold but these gaskets have no holes at all for them. I don't mind trying them as is and possibly leaving the end gaskets out and use silicon like most suggest. I would like some instruction on the best way to install these. It seems like a dumb question but these do not look like any i have ever changed before. Any help will be appreciated...
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Take them back and get a different brand. Mr. Gasket is about the worst gasket on the market.

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