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Old 02-15-2005, 03:08 PM
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the time to change my valve cover gaskets is upon me. if anyone in the North atlanta area would like to help, or has any advice i'd greatly appreciate it.

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One builder I knew would only use fel-pro. The one's I got from napa are workin fine though..
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Be sure you remove any and all traces of the old gasket. Also, don't overtighen the valve cover bolts when you replace them. If you do, you'll warp the covers and have nothing but leaks...
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Just where are you located? If your in the Alpharetta area and still need some help, and can get your truck here, I'd be glad to assist you..

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OR, Put two cases in the back and drive ~3 hours south and i'll help ya. One case of oil, one case of - well it will need to have ice

It's not that hard if it is a older truck. some of the new ones i would think could be a PAIN......

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it's an 89, an it is going to be a pain in the butt!! I went out there today to "evaluate" the situation. In other words i popped the hood and stared at it for about 5 min, hung my head and went back inside. I live in alpharetta off Kimball Bridge Road, if anyone is willing to help. A more general locaton, off exit 9 by North Point Mall.

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Looks like my title change helped

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