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750 clutch cover gasket

Is the 750's clutch cover gasket just flat paper material? I haven't taken mine off yet, but I'm mulling over the cost of $50+ vs. making my own from gasket paper. Not to sound cheap but it's easy to make unless the original has a molded grove or ridge.

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Is the 750's clutch cover gasket just flat paper material? I haven't taken mine off yet, but I'm mulling over the cost of $50+ vs. making my own from gasket paper. Not to sound cheap but it's easy to make unless the original has a molded grove or ridge.
Skip the gasket......
I use good old Permatex High Temp Form-a-Gasket , get the orange or red, easier to see when doing clean-up
Clean the surfaces with lacquer thinner or acetone......
USE A VERY THIN COAT!!!

You might be able to reuse the gasket.....be careful of the wiring harness on the lower left of the cover

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-07-2019, 12:32 AM
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Im also running without gasket, just used hondabond. But you can use any good product for the same result.

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