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Any recommendations on what is a good gasket set to use?
Stocker? Felpro? P.A.W.? Have to change headgasket, intake and exhaust man, valve cover, gaskets and maybe cam or timing change/gears cover gasket. Don't even know if I'll be going lower? Right now plan on keeping engine in vehicle unless things turn real ugly.
 

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All I can say, is spending a little more money now on quality gaskets, wil be well worth it in the long run.

I am using all felpro, and I am doing the same thing you are.
 

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Felpro it is. Thanks for the confirmation.
Will keep ya'll posted on the progress.
Thanks again,
Gary
 

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Victor gaskets I feel are slightly better then Fel-Pro. Although Fel-Pro gaskets are pretty damn good and aren't really that expensive.
 

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fel pro perma dry are great gaskets and reusable
 

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chrysler300le said:
Victor gaskets I feel are slightly better then Fel-Pro. Although Fel-Pro gaskets are pretty damn good and aren't really that expensive.
My sentiments exactly! FelPro's are good gaskets, and it doesn't pay to use anything less. But the Victor Reinz gaskets (made by the Dana corporation) I have used have been even better.
 

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I agree with everyone else. Fel Pro is all I use.
 

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So far I have only used Fel-Pro but I am seeing alot more of the Victor gaskets around too. A little competition is always a good thing!
 

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i used a felpro gasket set with my engine
 
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