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Fixing a Broken Tractor Gasket

Fixing a blown head gasket in a tractor can be a complex and expensive process.

Here are some possible ways to fix a blown head gasket:

  • Tractor head gasket sealant: The best way to fix a blown head gasket in a tractor is with a specialist tractor head gasket sealant. However, this method may not be a permanent solution and may require reapplication over time.

  • Replace the head gasket: There is really only one true fix to a leaking head gasket, which is to replace it. Replacing a blown head gasket is typically not a DIY job and can be expensive. The cost of repairing a blown head gasket by a professional can range from $1,000 to $5,000 or more.

  • Clean and finish the cylinder head face: To ensure the best chance of a good seal, finish the cylinder head face with wet-and-dry paper lubricated with thin oil, diesel, white spirit, or paraffin.

It is recommended to consult a professional mechanic to diagnose and fix the problem properly.


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