Copper gasket for six-cylinder bike

Posted February 24, 2020 by gasketstogo
Categories: Copper Gaskets, Gaskets-General, Motorcycles

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A customer sent us an old six-cylinder motorcycle gasket of unknown make (shown on top) and we were able to make a copper gasket replacement (shown below).

We can supply any solid copper gasket in thicknesses from 0.2mm on up. We can work from scale drawings (dxf or pdf), old gaskets, or templates.


Feel free to contact us with questions!

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More Springs

Posted May 10, 2015 by gasketstogo
Categories: Springs

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Three different springs we made for a customer with an antique stationary engine. Note that the governor spring had a missing hook that we replicated.

In the image below you can see the original pattern springs with our copies in the background. We can also mfg most springs from drawings or dimensions. Please feel free to contact us for no obligation pricing.



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Molded Plastic Parts

Posted May 2, 2015 by gasketstogo
Categories: Plastic parts

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We are now able to offer molded and machined plastic parts. We recently completed several automobile turn signal, stoplight, and reflector projects as well as some other work for plastic automotive parts. In all cases we produced an exact replica down to the logo and script on the parts. In the case of the lenses we use an UV resistant acrylic called Polyglas made with Evonik Degussa material imported from Germany.

There is a considerable amount of tooling involved, so the larger the order the lower the price. As a general rule a quantity of 200-300 pcs results in prices that meet market requirements for those selling replica and restoration parts. Our prices are per piece, with no tooling or set-up charges.

In most cases we can offer pricing based on your clear images along with dimensions. Turn around pricing can be as little as 24 hours, although 2-3 days is average.


Clear polyglas backup lenses
turn signal mini

Polyglas turn signal lens
Hinged Part

Hinged plastic part with metal strip secured by stainless screws and washersMachi

Nylon caps

Machined nylon caps with thread


Polyglas reflectors


Hi temp plastic oil dipstick

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Pincor Model A 60-062 head gasket

Posted April 12, 2014 by gasketstogo
Categories: Small Engine Gaskets


This is a 1.5mm steel reinforced composite head gasket for Pincor Model engines. I will insert an image of one of those engines below the gasket image. Anyone interested in purchasing one or more of these please contact Jim through his website at :

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Spring with holes

Posted November 17, 2013 by gasketstogo
Categories: Industrial Engines


This spring is used to hold a small piece of felt to oil a distributor block. It attaches inside. We used a suitable spring material in the same thickness as the sample that was provided to us. Order quantity for this was 300 pieces.

finished spring

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Stainless steel fine mesh/Brass filter

Posted November 17, 2013 by gasketstogo
Categories: Motorcycles, Outboard Motors

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A customer asked us to reproduce this fuel filter (center in image below)  for an old motorcycle. We used a very fine stainless steel mesh identical to the original mesh in a brass enclosure just like the original. The little tab is used to install and remove the filter. Order quantity was 300 pieces.




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Outboard Motor Gaskets

Posted December 13, 2012 by gasketstogo
Categories: Outboard Motors

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Back to gaskets, we recently made this batch of gaskets and fiber washers for a long time customer involved in outboard motor restoration. He supplied us with the ID/OD and thickness dimensions for the washers, and an old gasket for the gasket. The ring washers on the left were made from 0.5mm aluminum, the two blacks washers from a non-asbestos composite material, and the red washers from a fiber material. Upon receiving these he reported that they were perfect.

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Original gasket on left, copies on right.

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Alloy water pump bodies

Posted December 13, 2012 by gasketstogo
Categories: Automobiles

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Here’s another example of a non-gasket project we recently helped a customer with. The customer sent us an automobile water pump body along with the bearing and seal. There was no drawing available, except for one with the bearing dimensions. He liked our quotation and remarked that the price was much better than he could get in the US, so he placed an order for 300 pieces.

The bodies were cast from a strong aluminum alloy, and then machined in a CNC operation. After bead blasting, the machined assemblies were then placed in a vacuum set-up to absorb an epoxy sealant to ensure against any pin-hole leaks. Each unit was then pressure testing under water to check for any leaks.

We shipped those in four 25 kgs boxes via UPS to the USA. The duty charges only amounted to a bit less than $100, well worth it from our customer’s point of view.


Original pattern pump (L), cast pump (C), and pump after bead blasting (R)

finished pumps

Pattern pump on left, finished pump on right with bearing and seal installed

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Brass Cover for Dyamo/Generator

Posted December 13, 2012 by gasketstogo
Categories: Small Engine Gaskets

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White we primarily deal in gaskets, we are also increasingly involved in helping customers with projects involving casting, machining, rubber and plastic molding, springs, silk screened metal badges, etc. If in doubt, just ask. This is a good example of a non-gasket project we recently worked on.

A regular customer sent us an aluminum cover (see image center below) for an old dynamo or generator. Having receiving our quotation for 300 pcs in brass (0.8mm thick) as requested, he placed the order. But, to be sure that the OD/ID dimensions were correct he sent one of the dynamo assemblies to us. The caution was justified because the cover sits on a very narrow ledge inside a hole, and if it was off by only the slightest amount it would either not fit in the hole or sink all the way to the bottom. The covers we made are much stronger than the original aluminum and look better, and they fit perfectly as you can see below. The dimple in the center is for a hold down arm that slides over to keep the cover in place.

Brass Cover

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Briggs Head Gasket

Posted December 13, 2012 by gasketstogo
Categories: Small Engine Gaskets

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This customer sent us the scan you see below and asked for a quotation for 100 gaskets. The customer made the scan using backing graph paper that can be downloaded from The graph paper allows us to check to see that the scan prints out in the correct 1:1 size.

The customer specified a metal reinforced graphite head gasket material in 2.0mm. We were able to provide a quote for that quickly and following the customer’s approval we proceeded to fulfill the order, and you can see a stack of the finished gaskets just below the scan image.

Upon receiving the gaskets the customer wrote, “They are PERFECT, great job”, which is always nice to hear, and asked that we provide a link to his website ( where these can be purchased. Done. They are replacements for Briggs head gaskets part # 69004 and fit models A H L M S T & Y.*

*Any reference to original equipment manufacturers, there trade names or stock numbers are for identification purposes only.


Scan made using graph paper available for download and printing at


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