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Old 03-18-2017, 02:37 AM   #1
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Hi there all,

I'm having trouble locating crush gaskets for an HKS dual pipe. It's the JDM model, with the two mufflers located in the stock position (across the car).

The part's picture lists them as 60mm, assuming that's the gasket ID for the 60mm piping.

I see them on hot piping in aviation, yet I cannot for the life of me turn anything up on google
Anyone got a hookup? I need 4 of them at least.
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Forgot to mention, I buy these from Amazon - much better prices.
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Cheers for the reply, unfortunately that's not the type I'm after.
They are a round section ring, quite thin. I'm quite staggered not to find anything.

Like these
http://shop.tecbikeparts.com/products/exhaust-gasket
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I understand, but just because those are the original gaskets that doesn't mean you can't use something else, like the flange gaskets. I used them on my S-Tune exhaust, although they're not the original type. There is more than one way to skin a cat. You may even be able to fabricate your own, if you can find some large gauge aluminum or copper wire.
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I understand, but just because those are the original gaskets that doesn't mean you can't use something else, like the flange gaskets. I used them on my S-Tune exhaust, although they're not the original type. There is more than one way to skin a cat. You may even be able to fabricate your own, if you can find some large gauge aluminum or copper wire.
Yeah for sure I can look at doing that, but I'd rather exhaust my hunt first. The design of the pipe does make this the optimum seal, as it squashes into a recess on both pipe sections, and sits right on the pipe join.
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