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Old 07-10-2013, 04:59 PM   #1
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Default Anyone used the PermaDry Felpro Gaskets? Or should I just use the regular Felpro?

Looking at putting a 01 up Intake Manifold on my 99 GT. Im looking at Gaskets, and I see two felpro sets on rockauto, the permadry one looks burly but is 58$ and the regular felpro gaskets are 23$. Not sure if its worth the extra money or not. Anyone have any personal experience with either gasket set? Just hate doing the same job twice, and I always try to buy the best I can get.
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