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 Posted: 12-16-2009 01:15 am
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Jensen Healey
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What's the best way to install the cam cover washers from the club store? I don't want to damage the rubber part by tightening the bolt head down onto it so I'm thinking of using standard washers over them. I am also concerned that the rubber won't seal to the cam cover. Should I use a rubber washer under it?

Maybe a dab of Hylomar would be best.

Kurt

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 Posted: 12-16-2009 02:07 pm
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Kurt, I have used these washers both from the store and McMaster-Carr, what works for me is having the washer go against the valve cover then a plain washer, no issue's, plus they can be reused up to a point.

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 Posted: 12-16-2009 04:01 pm
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Thanks Brett, 

I'm concerned that the surface of the re-painted (wrinkle finish) valve cover isn't smooth enough for the small rubber surface of the washers. I'm just going to use the Seloc washers since I never had a problem with them before.

Kurt

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