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  • 56GH
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    I just had my 56J sending unit rebuilt by TriStarr LLC in Seneca Falls, NY. They have a rubber material gasket that works just fine without a sealer.

    56GH

    More info:

    A cork/neoprene gasket, P/N 1516061 31/54, is also available from Chevs of the 40s, 1605 NE 112th St., Vancouver, WA
    98686, telephone 800-999-2438, www.chevsofthe40s.com. It's an exact fit.
    Last edited by 56GH; 09-23-2011, 09:59 AM. Reason: More info corrected. Darn cut and paste!

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  • rusty nut garage
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    yeah that will work!
    Originally posted by studefan View Post
    Is #2 OK? That's all I have.

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  • studefan
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    Is #2 OK? That's all I have.

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  • rusty nut garage
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    I would use #3 aviation permatex

    Originally posted by studefan View Post
    I have a new fuel sending unit gasket ready to install. Should I put a thin film of Permatex on both sides first. Would it hurt anything to do that? Thanks.

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  • studefan
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    Permatex the fuel sending unit to tank?

    I have a new fuel sending unit gasket ready to install. Should I put a thin film of Permatex on both sides first. Would it hurt anything to do that? Thanks.
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