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Post  ffkiwi on Thu Jun 13, 2019 1:06 am

Iceberg wrote:Thanks that was a quick question I had. Where to buy the gaskets. I had seen only .049 .020 and .010. I'll look at the places mentioned.


And just for the record-the Queen Bee .074 uses the same head gaskets as the .09-should you ever stumble across gaskets labelled as 'Queen Bee 074'-so they will work fine as well. Likewise the 09 heads and the Queen Bee head are interchangeable-but not of course equivalent.....but this does give you a degree of flexibility to experiment with plug heat if using the 074 head on an 09....and might be of some use in your current situation...

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Post  Iceberg on Thu Jun 13, 2019 1:10 am

Thanks very much Chris! The information is really appreciated.
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