Smooth side goes up.
It's better if the gasket doesn't protrude, hard to do if the head has
been milled at all.
I've not messed with the water holes, no firm answer on that one.Â If
the edge of those is rolled over I'd leave alone, if it exposes the
composite part of the gasket it's OK to open up a bit.
On 7/21/2020 4:57 PM, bill beecher wrote:
> Reassembling the TR3 motor for the old Morgan and I am dry fitting the head
> gasket. Two questions:
> 1. Which side goes up, smooth or the rolled over side?
> 2. On a couple cylinders the gasket protrudes into the bore by about 1mm, is
> this OK?
> 3. At the front the holes in the gasket do not match exactly with the water
> passage, is it OK to open those up just a bit? (The back aligns perfectly)
> Bill B
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