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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2021 12:53 am 
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Those Sasquatch heavy duty gaskets are serious business! I got a couple of them.



What does he charge for them... $11.95 USD? Meh... I get the same gasket made from Durlon 8500 material and can sell them all day for $8.00 USD.


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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2021 3:02 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2021 5:21 pm 
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I'll keep Sasquatch in mind, IDParts is apparently expecting the thermostat gasket tomorrow. If it doesn't ship tomorrow I'll have them remove the gasket from the order and ship the valves and other stuff. So much for putting it back together this weekend...

$1.60 or $12 doesn't really matter on a bill quickly approaching $2000 with no labor, and going on a month without my daily driver (which is arguably a much bigger issue than the money at this point), or the ability to use my garage (also becoming more and more of an issue as things I need to do in there continue to pile up). Headgasket bounced around Europe for a couple days, then went "in transit" 8 days ago with no further updates. My guess is it's in the US by now, hopefully.

Maybe by next weekend...

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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2021 6:03 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2021 8:44 pm 
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TURBO-DIESEL-FREAK wrote:
What does he charge for them... $11.95 USD? Meh... I get the same gasket made from Durlon 8500 material and can sell them all day for $8.00 USD.



Durlon looks like good stuff.
Specs are very good.
Not sure how it goes with glycol (coolant).
Probably be good for other gaskets around the engine.
Thanks for telling us about it.

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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2021 1:09 pm 
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I never replied to finish the story! Finally got a headgasket and put it all back together some time ago! Seems better on the low end now, and doesn't leave clouds of black smoke like it did. I'll sleep easier knowing the exhaust valves are all new too. Seems to run and drive good, only problem is the issue I was hunting when I started this project.

I'm getting a whine from the turbo around 1800-2200rpm. It sounds exactly like a squealing serpentine belt, but does it with or without the belt on, and pulling the vacuum hose to the turbo immediately stops the noise. Putting the old turbo back on didn't solve it (that's what I was supposed to be doing when I started this whole project). So two turbos, same problem. I almost think it's an exhaust leak, could even be a boost leak. Kinda regretting not replacing the manifold to turbo gasket now... Seems to run great and builds boost fine, so I don't know. Turbo down pipe seemed kind "floppy" when I went back in to make sure I'd got it and the egr tube tight, so I'm wondering if the flex thing has failed. Next time my garage is free I'll do some more investigating.

Thanks to everyone for the help getting her back up and running!

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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2021 3:34 pm 
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If have not already done so, you could do a complete EGR delete using one of the kits, it will eliminate a lot of potential boost, exhaust, and coolant leak points, and it will improve your engines performance and reliability. :D Removing the EGR or even just blocking it off, is a total win, win, for this engine.

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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
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Yes a boost leak can sound a lot like a squealing belt. Been there when my egr tube was leaking at the intake elbow. That's been taken care of.

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 Post subject: Re: My time has come! (timing belt, waterpump and rockers)
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I never replied to finish the story! Finally got a headgasket and put it all back together some time ago! Seems better on the low end now, and doesn't leave clouds of black smoke like it did. I'll sleep easier knowing the exhaust valves are all new too. Seems to run and drive good, only problem is the issue I was hunting when I started this project.

I'm getting a whine from the turbo around 1800-2200rpm. It sounds exactly like a squealing serpentine belt, but does it with or without the belt on, and pulling the vacuum hose to the turbo immediately stops the noise. Putting the old turbo back on didn't solve it (that's what I was supposed to be doing when I started this whole project). So two turbos, same problem. I almost think it's an exhaust leak, could even be a boost leak. Kinda regretting not replacing the manifold to turbo gasket now... Seems to run great and builds boost fine, so I don't know. Turbo down pipe seemed kind "floppy" when I went back in to make sure I'd got it and the egr tube tight, so I'm wondering if the flex thing has failed. Next time my garage is free I'll do some more investigating.

Thanks to everyone for the help getting her back up and running!


Very interesting.... I had a very similar noise on my CRD - it turned out to be the exhaust manifold gasket itself, up against the cylinder head. It was leaking from the #4 cylinder, and making a squealing noise b/c the leaves of the gasket were acting like a reed from the pressure. Removed everything, cleaned with a wire wheel, replaced a couple studs and drilled / timesert socket on one that had pulled the threads, and it hasn't made a noise since.

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