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How to fit a aftermarket water pump gaskets....

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How to fit a aftermarket water pump gaskets....

Postby Mazda Mender » Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:59 am

Now there is a lot of talk about using c*ck up liquid gasket seal when doing this and other jobs around the roadsters like the CAS and rocker seals also, i hate the stuff,It is a lazy way to seal up and in most cases hide an issue without doing the job correct, it is more the aftermath further down the line that grinds me ,because when lazy c*ck person and there magic crap fails ,,,which it will, the honest spannner guys get left with sorting all the mess out which then takes twice/3 times as long as it should of been done in the first place to do the job correct....
I am sure i am not the only one that as spent hours either picking it all from the top of the engine, in it all over the rocker cover or CAS,water pump and inlet,and thermostat ....in some of the best case it as squashed and seeped into the engine and coolant system helping the block the oil pump and thermostats when it turns into hard bits of rubber, it is nasty stuff don't use it, i get the "quick fix" but when spending the time to take apart and rebuild them,,,, :angry-banghead: :angry-banghead: .

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