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Old 04-20-2003, 11:19 PM   #1
bahboy20
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Default gaskets, Mr. Gasket?

Hey whats up?

I am getting a apexi n1 catback delivered to me tomororow, and its used. No gaskets are included.

Where do I get gaskets, what type, price, etc? I guess I need 2? 1 for the cat-midpipe connection, and another at the axleback-midpipe connection?

Someone told me about Mr. Gasket or some sheet type where you use tin snips to cut your own custom gaskets?

I need gaskets, adn I need help!

thanks

dan
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Old 04-21-2003, 03:20 PM   #2
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The midpipe to muffler section is just a 2 (bolt) hole gasket, right?

Any auto parts store should have one. You will either need to bring the pipe in, or measure the spacing of the holes and the internal diameter. An interesting idea I saw was a guy made a rubbing of the pipe with a crayon and brought that in.

The Cat to midpipe gasket is a dounut gasket and you will probably need to either reuse your stock on, or get a new one from the dealer.

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