Glen Byrns wrote:
> Frank may have a point there, as he certainly has the long term
> experience. My statement that copper has worked well for me must be
> viewed with the knowledge that I never seem to leave a motor alone long
> enough to blow one. I always seem to find an excuse to tear them apart
> to improve one thing or another. So I guess I should say that the
> copper ones work flawlessly for at least two years.
Like Glen, I agree. But of the 6-8 head gaskets I have blown, or
acquired engines with blown H/Gs all were copper.
I have never had a problem with composites.
But I do have an annoying coolant leak and re-read Pauls post about glue
and torque waiting.
Toms River, NJ