you mean like on a car? Probably not a seal exactly. But i know you can get gasket material to make gaskets from many auto parts stores.
You can buy sheets of gasket material (usually cork) and trace out the gasket you need then cut it out with a pen knife. I've even used a piece of leather to make gaskets with.
Gaskets that are serrated
intake gaskets are between the head and intake. head gaskets are between the head and the block..
valve cover gaskets
yes, their sucking air, 65;
It depends on acountry. The most popular gaskets for the refineries are semi metallic gaskets (Spiral Wound Gaskets andKammprofiles).
Head gaskets, head gaskets, head gaskets
The actual gaskets are very inexpensive. The labor charges to actually replace them make up most of the charge. In my area this is a $500 to $1,000 job.
yes, but what kind of gaskets are you talking about?
no gaskets, just "O" rings.
Head gaskets are supposed to last the life of the engine. There is no "care" specific to head gaskets.
Urethane is a polymer that's used to make many things, including paint, glue and gaskets.
They are gaskets under your valve covers that keep oil from leaking out.
Tires, Wiper Blades, gaskets, air filters...anything wear and tear.
head gaskets blow and intake manifold gaskets break
No the head gaskets are dependent on bore size
The trans was built with RTV silicone as the gaskets.
Places manufacturing gaskets and packing are classified in SIC 3053
What gaskets. Need more info.
YES. The intake gaskets have NOTHING to do with the head gaskets. It is a very common problem that the intake gaskets blow. It is not common for the head gaskets to leak unless the engine was over heated, and I mean HOT.
no they do not make their own food autotrouphs make their own food
It'll leak pretty bad without gaskets. I soak the gaskets overnight in a pan of water before installing. Seems to help.