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Old 10-24-2010, 05:39 PM   #1
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Anyone have a good idea of where to get them. I need a bunch of various ones so it only makes sense to buy a whole kit. I saw ZZP had them. Just wondering if there are any other options? I have not heard great things about ZZP. Thanks fellas!
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Intense racing also has a good selection of gaskets. I've had much better luck with them.
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Intense racing also has a good selection of gaskets. I've had much better luck with them.
I would have to piece them out if I ran that way and that will be well over 200$$ I looked them up. Looks like a great company. I will use them for the GNSSEI (all rights reserved registered trademark owned by me) HAHAHA
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Depending on the gaskets we could give you suggestions. For example the lower conversion set is a good one and at Advance it'* lower cost than an oil pan gasket by itself.

A lot of people have issues with the ZZP SC garlocks sealing. I've found their valve cover gaskets to be a hard rubber that is unlike GM/Fel Pro'* and usually they are a tad undersized. That causes you to stretch them and they roll in the cover. Lim'* are supposedly GM'*..but even their rubber end seals fit funny. I know Intense gets theirs directly from GM.
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