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    muffler 39

    i have three new thungertiger 39 motors an everyone leaks all around the muffler..an where it bolt to the motor i have tryed everything. any ideas

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    RE: muffler 39

    Try Permatex hi-temp silicone seal. That's what I use. Get it at most auto parts stores.
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    RE: muffler 39

    thanks bud.. but found out that os muffler fits great an no leaks... tony

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    RE: muffler 39

    try making a gasket from an aluminun can. It works! no peramatex needed. Cut the can using scissors.


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