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Installing a new Pan gasket and Oil pump question

Old 02-11-2002, 07:28 PM
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Hey guys I was looking at the motor for the boat the other day and noticed that they pan gasket had just a little bit of oil around it. Not dripping but there was oil, so I figure while the motor is out that I would drop the pan and put a new gasket in there. I am also going to drop the oil pump and put a new one of those in. I will weld on the oil pick up. I know that the pan gasket on a Gen 6 motor is a one piece, am I sapposed to use any silicone on the rubber gasket? If so were? Also any recomendations on putting in a new rear main seal? I figure that way any others that go bad can easily be fixed in the boat.

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Old 02-12-2002, 07:38 PM
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Audiofn.. I use permatex #2 on the pan gaskets and never have a problem. I'm sure others do something different, but this works great for me. I would definately replace the rear main. It is cheap insurance and I find I am usually more meticulous than who ever assembled the engine last. I think it was you I suggested earlier to check a couple bearings for condition, and all (mains and rods) for torque, because that is what I was going to do. Well I did that on mine. The mains were fine.. 110 each. The rods checked in at between 35 and 40 ft-lbs!!! Way bad, supposed to be 73ft-lbs. They musta thought the 7/16 bolts were the 3/8"? The guy I bought the boat from f..ed this up major. That is probably why the other engine (brand new) blew during my sea trial. He had recently rebuilt both.
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