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    Gaskets

    I have gotten the pistons free and moving in my 1929 Commander Victoria through the use of Marvel Mystery iol and WD-40. It looks as if it would be a good idea to replace many gaskets such as the valve adjustment gaskets, and possibly the oil pan gasket. What is the best source for gaskets for this old car. I have to keep apologizing for my ignorance about Studebakers, though I like them so well. Do I need to make my own gaskets? If so, what material, thickness, etc. should I get?

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    SDC member Sandy Olsen....https://www.olsonsgaskets.com/

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    I'll second that. Great people, great product.

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    Thanks for the information. I have contacted them.

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