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use either gasket scraper or use the tried and true method of razor blade and fingers, or u can use vise grips and razor blade for a ******* gasket scaper, my ususal method, heller cheaper in long run also hahahaha
 

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i just listen to the radio and take my time with an exacto knive. its like a razorblade, but smaller and come in different shapes, so you can get around the studs easier and without having the gasket pieces fall into the crankcase.
 

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Dman,

Im stating to think there isnt a easy way!!! lol
Thanks
Kodey


Instaed of starting a new topic:
Whats the best way to get decals off the hood?????????
I have a 94 storm
I just did a 96 xcr 600
Tried with heat ect ect nothing would peel those damn things off
Took for EVER
Whats the trick????
 

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I had to pull a Mercury 2.5L powerhead off on a saturday and as usual I was in a hurry to do a river run. Mercury base gaskets are the worse ever and I was out of gasket remover which is only re-labeled spray paint remover. I went to local hardware store which only had the gel crap, by accident I grabbed brush cleaner. Got home and was pissed, but decided to try it. I soaked gasket and went in to grab a beer for an hour of scrapping. I came out and gasket fell off. I have been using this stuff ever since and it works better than any other product I've tried. Do not use it on plastic!

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Gasket remover in a spray can, and a 1" putty knife.

Spray the gasket, let it sit 30 seconds scrape off. Repeat as necessary.
 
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