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    Posted: 23 Jun 2022 at 3:21pm
My old head gasket looks like a FEL-PRO 7914 . Can't confirm that on-line . Anyone know ? This is a 149 cubic inch gas engine . THANKS !
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Think I found it . It's a FEL-PRO 7914 SB . THANKS !
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Make sure it has the fire rings.
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Not sure what fire rings are? Metal rings around each cylinder? Thanks Tracy
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My service manual says to use sealant on both sides of the gasket . Just wanted to ask what you fellas use ? My head is still at the machine shop . I'm just trying to round everything up . Probably buy new bolts . Guess they're just reg grade 8 bolts ? THANKS !!
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Yes, steel rings around cylinder. IIRR, there is a special head bolt with a washer in center of head. Probably should replace the washer. HTH Tracy
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Thanks Tracy. Don't remember seeing a washer but I'll check.
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You want new head bolts? That's fine but unless they are pitted, not needed. There is no "special" head bolt in the center location on a G-149 engine.
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Thanks Dr Allis, I do have a couple that are pitted
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Back from the machine shop . They found 2 stripped bolt holes that they fixed . Also a bent pushrod and a broken rocker arm support . Brenda at Sandy Lake to the rescue on them . Sad thing is when I put it all back together and pressure test the cooling system I may still have coolant in the oil . Oh well . Fav son should post pics soon . 
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