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Old 06-28-2010, 12:01 PM   #41
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i really dont know why this thread has gone on this long. If you really wanted to vent , you should of wrote a blog somwhere else where people care. you have seen only a small handfull of people that are going to say that they got the shaft. By replying over and over again is just making you look like a tard. the best thing you can do at this point is bite the bullet and buy the stupid gasket set for 30 bucks, unsubscibe from this thread that you have started and move on.
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Old 07-09-2010, 02:24 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by focuztyle View Post
uummm...please read before replying impartially, I hand tighten the bolt and then one more turn; and no I am not the only that has a problem with the kit or them.

^^ are you serious. GTFO your whining about a rubber spacer that really downt do a whloe lot but keep oil from seeping out of that hole on the valve cover.
guess what its a zetec focus, your valve cover will leak in around 10,000 miles again anyways. its just what they do. even my svt does it on occaision. i learned a log time ago repacing the "valve cover" on my sohc sunbird you dont over tihten those (never broke a bolt off, or wasted a gasket, but on that car you'll just crack the valvecover in two pieces instead

once its tight dont force them. its not like a cylinder head. ther really isnt any pressure under there. and if there is the crankcase breather should be solving that anyhow.

so you= not smarter than your car. perhaps you should just give it to me
ive got tons of stuff from karl and never had issue with things. and i'l lbuy from him again. (moar shiney bits for teh svt.)
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i'm not an enthusiast...... the internets told me.
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Old 07-09-2010, 07:17 PM   #43
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As I stated before, I wanted to make sure I was not the only one that had had a problem with the kit or massive, which I DID.....

Sit down, hold on, and shut up!
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