Make Gaskets for small engine howto DIY



Gasket making https://www.rockntv1.com/2012/06/make-gaskets-for-small-engine-howto-diy.html How to make home made gaskets to fit small or large, Tecumseh, Kohler gas and diesel engines. In this video i show you how to make carburettor gaskets and intake manifold gaskets for a Briggs and Stratton gasoline engine on sears suburban garden tractor ss15 326431 go cart “small engine repair” port match, porting increase flow cfm

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23 thoughts on “Make Gaskets for small engine howto DIY

  1. 80 dollars for a gasket set, a spring a needle jet and paper gaskets,,, i will make my own ,, right, this engine runs great now,,

  2. I almost forgot that this is how I found you,and it was the best video for helping me make and change the carb gasket on my Craftsmen push mower

  3. works on car intake gaskets, carb base, fuel bowl gasket, water pump gasket and more from paper and felt gasket material. I have made head gaskets from copper shim for head gaskets,thnx

  4. works on car intake gaskets, carb base, fuel bowl gasket, water pump gasket and more from paper and felt gasket material. I have made head gaskets from copper shim for head gaskets,thnx

  5. lol, wax cartons = cheap gaskets, I used to put these on holly fuel bowls when I was drag racing, made jetting changes much faster, no stick, reusable, did i say cheap home made gaskets?

  6. thnx 4 watch n my howto make´╗┐ gasket vid, hope your small gas engine runs well, from ny. hope that helps you seal up the leaks.

  7. gasket thickness is proportional to the surface to be sealed, and a host of factors like heat, fuel or water and surface finish, best to use near the same thickness gasket material as the original gasket.

  8. thanks for that…it is a bit thicker. it's for a motorized bike and i need to at least ride it to the parts house so i can get some proper material to cut one. i was worried the gas might eat it up.

  9. head gaskets´╗┐ have to contain the compression, in building a race engine we sometimes can gain a little, by using a shim type gasket, copper was used at the proper thickness to maintain clearances. However any warpage or surface imperfection will cause it to blow. if a copper gasket came out, put a copper gasket back in, if it was blown, you need to machine to flat.

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