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03 bonney america 8000 miles . leaks oil and compression right cyl. head gskt . dealer installed new gskts both sides .checked heads for warp reinstalled / 250 miles and same thing .. dealer is now out of bussiness. is this a common problem ? I took valve cover off and 2 of the hex headed nuts were loose . I put locktite on those two and tighten good and snug . did same thing again in 10 miniutes of ideling .

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If you had loose bolts the the gasket is probably blown again, sorry

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