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Allan G, gavin eisler
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#833498 12/16/2020 8:42 AM
by Allan G
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Can anyone tell me the number for what is often referred to as loctite plastic gasket in the manuals or it’s modern replacement?

I’ve seen:

567 (low strength thread sealing)
565 controlled strength thread sealing

Or is there another I need to be looking at? Or is plastic gasket still available? The use of such in the manuals is around threaded areas
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#833565 Dec 17th a 01:01 AM
by L.A.B.
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Originally Posted by gavin eisler
Wellseal is like Shellac, I think it is shellac with some other stuff in it.

Pulverised Vinsol resin with some other stuff (Perchloroethylene, etc.) according to the data sheet:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulverized_Vinsol_resin
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#833595 Dec 17th a 09:46 AM
by L.A.B.
L.A.B.
Originally Posted by Allan G
I did follow the link, but certainly not worth the cost for something that might have dried in the pot. As they say it’s more of a talking point (probably better kept in the loctite museum)

Yes, it was only meant to be an example of the actual product, I wasn't suggesting that you buy it.



Originally Posted by Allan G
If I search the loctite website it shows nothing for the search of plastic gasket, just links to glues and resins that can be used to bond them. Though a google search did find something called loctite plastic gasket with quite a heavy price tag, in a modern bottle...

Loctite sealant technology does seem to have progressed since "Plastic Gasket No.68" was available.


Originally Posted by Allan G
... also so not something branded NV (I’m guessing by the lack of it being NVT, that must have been produced at some point in the 80’s after triumph closed its doors)



Before rather than "after" as Norton Villiers became Norton Villiers Triumph (NVT) in 1973 (and when they dropped the NV green globe logo) so couldn't really have been manufactured later than '73.

The 064208 Loctite Plastic Gasket pack was mentioned in a '73 Norton factory service release.

Wellseal still seems as good as anything else in my opinion.
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#833720 Dec 18th a 12:05 PM
by Al Eckstadt
Al Eckstadt
I don't think you'll be disappointed by Loctite 515 or 518. I worked at a tractor dealership. When separating the engine from transmission or the trans from the rear axle, 518 was required by the factory service manual. Anything less would allow flex which would break the seal and then oil on the floor. It's strong stuff yet it is not difficult to disassemble or clean off the surface. I use it on my bikes. You can use it alone or with a gasket.
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