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    Quote Originally Posted by Six5 View Post
    Post a photo of the damage pls. It may be serviceable still.
    seconded. those gaskets are soft and malleable so it would take a lot to render one unserviceable.


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    That gasket can be still used, try using high heat exhaust gasket silicone or hhigh heat RTV silicone I have use gasket that have been bent and missing lots more and it seal without leaking.

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    Agree'd, eminently usable


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    I just paid $12 for a part that is damaged and I think I will wait for a new one. The bike will be all put back together and not run until spring. Don't want to find out during riding season that it needs to come apart again. Will keep you posted on my progress. Thanks for all the help and advise.

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    Got my new gasket and dropped the muffler and pipe. Rear exhaust gasket was almost completely gone. There was only about 15% of the gasket left on one side. Will put pipes back on in a few days.

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