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Gasket bolt holes

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by roadnotca, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. roadnotca

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    This is a homemade gasket for the NP208 or 241 T-case clocking ring (Great Lake Off Road). I used a spent .45 shell to dye-cut the holes. Just a medium hammer tap on wood, on the end grain. This won't leak.
    When I made the pic, I thought .357 was big enough, its not

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    Haha cool good tip.:laugh:
     
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    If you can do this too, without setting foot outside of your garage, you might be a Redneck.:haha:
     
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    Naaa, a true redneck wouldnt use "spent" rounds... :haha:
     
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    Don't wanta waste no virgin brass:haha:
     
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    You know the same ones that use live .22's as fuses...
     
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    :haha: :haha:
    Yea, I was gonna say, if I wasn't specific, someone will use a primed shell, backup the chickens for two days.:haha:
     

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