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1. Where is the gasket? I would use a gasket in conjunction with gasket sealant.here is a short update: i installed the thermostat and only sealed it with hylomar, that did not work. There was a big sourness. i have now sealed with two layers of paper seal and hylomar. it seems to work now.
that's what i was afraid of, but didn't know what it could be. thanks for the link, it helped me a lot.2. Is your temperature gauge electric or manual? I just had some interesting problems with electric thermostats giving me false temperature readings of 220-240 degrees while the engine was actually running 195. I ended up replacing the gauge with a mechanical and all is well. https://www.steelsoldiers.com/threads/running-hot-or-maybe-not.193753/
I bought and recently installed one on my M1010. Haven't gotten the new gauges in so not sure what temp I am running but figured it would be good to keep temps balanced.
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