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Old 10-28-2018, 09:29 AM   #1
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Default Copper head gasket or best Kevlar?

Am I correct in thinking that the Model A engine was built using copper head gaskets? I never had much luck with copper on a couple V8 Ford engines so I thought I would go with the Best gasket that Brattons sells,Kevlar and graphite. Anyone successfully use this gasket? I am having second thoughts because of a post from an experienced engine rebuilder who uses only copper.Brattons sells a Felpro copper gasket but only says it has a gray material in the middle not what kind.A better copper gasket available preferably USA?
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