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So I've got an 83 Bronco with the original 351W. I need to replace the oil pan gasket and the intake gasket. Anyone got some recommendations for me?

I have the two piece rear main seal and I don't know if I can use a one piece oil pan gasket (or even if I should). And for the intake gasket, I see two options - a valley pan gasket and then there's the standard 302 style gaskets for the intake/coolant ports on the heads and then running a fat bead of RTV on the front and rear of the block mating surfaces. Again, not sure which way to go.
 

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So I've got an 83 Bronco with the original 351W. I need to replace the oil pan gasket and the intake gasket. Anyone got some recommendations for me?

I have the two piece rear main seal and I don't know if I can use a one piece oil pan gasket (or even if I should). And for the intake gasket, I see two options - a valley pan gasket and then there's the standard 302 style gaskets for the intake/coolant ports on the heads and then running a fat bead of RTV on the front and rear of the block mating surfaces. Again, not sure which way to go.
You bet I do carburator man

http://www.torque-plus.com/

http://www.torque-plus.com/Applications.html

These are not snake oil my friend, they woke up more than one of my Mopar 360s like I'd gone up two levels of cam.

They're marginally more expensive than regular intake gaskets but deliver a serious mileage and torque increase.

The other advantage is they're twice as thick, meaning that nasty warped intake won't need planed (yet).

Best intake gaskets I ever used.

Sixlitre
 
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