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Re: [Healeys] Banjo Gaskets

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Subject: Re: [Healeys] Banjo Gaskets
From: Charley Braum via Healeys <healeys@autox.team.net>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2019 20:16:14 -0400
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I don't have measurements, but, I just did a minor refresh on my BN-1 
and the two gaskets are different. I know this now: I likely knew it 
earlier but, well, you know how that goes!

I also used a very slight bit of Hylomar applied with the tip of a 
toothpick and, after I got the placement of the gaskets correct, no 
leaks (yet).

Off-Topic - I made a Viton gasket for my sending unit years ago and it 
would leak until I put the slightest bit of Hylomar on both sides; OK since.


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