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Old 01-29-2005, 02:31 PM
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Anyone know the part numbers for 92 L67 EGR gaskets and 93 L27 EGR gaskets?
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I found them. They are the same.
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I looked earlier, but couldn't find them. I knew they were the same but couldn't find reference.

What'* the number?
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219-322 from ACDelco, Felpro number is 70784, but I coudn't find a pic of it to see what it'* made of.
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Post a pic here when you get it. I'm going to be tearing the whole top end down soon. I'd like to replace everything up top except the head gaskets. That'* the only one I don't have or already know.
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It'* metal.
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No ****.

Is it a flat thin plate, or a weave, like the downpipe donut?
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Um... soft metal with little dimples all over it
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Actually, it isn't metal. It is paper [very weird paper, to say the least] with a metal mesh inside. Mine fell apart, and when was the last time you saw metal desintegrate? It'* just a mesh guys.


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Justin, you don't have the same EGR we have.
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