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Old 01-19-2009, 06:16 PM
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UP PIPE GASKETS

I am looking to relace my up pipe gaskets with chevy 350 doughnut gaskets. I was wondering is there just the two gaskets at the top of the up pipes or is there also two at the bottom of the up pipes where they connct to the manifolds? Do I need two or four of the doughnut gaskets. Thanks for the info.
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Old 01-19-2009, 06:19 PM
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2, only at the top.
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only two at the top..I used the sbc ones and couldnt get them to collapse.I will be ordering the bellowed up-pipe kit.
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I just put on the bellowed kit without taking the turbo off. It wasnt to bad but i dont think i have the band clamp on the inlet completely tight yet. Sounds like it is leaking a little.
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I just put on the bellowed kit without taking the turbo off. It wasnt to bad but i dont think i have the band clamp on the inlet completely tight yet. Sounds like it is leaking a little.
Which donuts did you use? The OEM or Chevy 350?? Just curious...
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hey can somebody shoot me the link for the bellow up pipe kit i am in the process of fixing mine and that would be great????
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Which donuts did you use? The OEM or Chevy 350?? Just curious...
The bellowed Up-pipes do away with the whole problem with the donuts.
It uses flat metal gaskets

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hey can somebody shoot me the link for the bellow up pipe kit i am in the process of fixing mine and that would be great????
http://www.dieselsite.com
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Which donuts did you use? The OEM or Chevy 350?? Just curious...
the ford oem ones are like $17 a piece. the chevy ones are 1.99.
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The bellowed Up-pipes do away with the whole problem with the donuts.
It uses flat metal gaskets



http://www.dieselsite.com
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hey thank you sir
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I just replaced mine with the Chevy 350 donuts (Carquest #F17250). These are crushable and form a good seal over the stockers.
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