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  • Hey StudeRich

    A tip of the hat to you. Awhile back you advised someone when replacing
    the pan gasket to put the end pieces in a coffee can to let them form. I just
    replaced the rear and timing cover seals (on my back) on my 51 Commander and those end gaskets
    almost stuck to the rear cap and the filler block. Thanks for the tip.

  • #2
    I am just Glad I could help.

    All of my Oil pan and Main Seal jobs have ended very well using a few simple, easy Tips learned over the years, working at Frost and French Studebaker, and Studebaker Parts and Service Long Beach, CA, talking to long time Factory Trained Mechanics where my Dad worked at Frank H. Afton Co. Inglewood, CA and at Home, under a few Studes.
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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    • #3
      Great idea! Next time (there's always a next time) I'll try that!

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