|Nov 21, 2005, 11:20 AM|
Do you mean gasket instead of o-ring? If you mean a gasket between the muffler and the engine, then you do not need it - bolt the muffler straight to the engine using locktite on the bolt threads. Don't be alarmed if there's a small leak - it's better than replacing burnt gaskets and losing the muffler due to it.
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