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Old 10-06-2017, 06:50 AM
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Make sure to put a rag in the front of the oil pan when you are cleaning gaskets off everything. All that crap goes down in there, and ends up in the pick up screen

Weather stripping glue on the gaskets works best to glue them on, you can move them around a little bit to where you want them

Permatex all the corners. it needs to ooze out when you push the parts together

DON'T drop anything in the pan
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