Yes, I realize this is a very old post but since I'm new here I'm just kind of looking around at threads that catch my eye.
I just had to comment on the Indian Head Shellac as I've used it for years and years......great stuff and I really can't remember a time when my shop has been without it. My favorite use for it aside from sticking gaskets in place is using it on the inside of coolant hoses. I've done this for years on every engine from gasoline automobile engines to EMD710's and I have NEVER had a comeback due to a water leak from a hose.
Also, just wanted to add this site is AWESOME and I really enjoy reading back on some of the stuff and have gotten a few ideas for possible future repairs.
I'll get around to a signature soon but in the meantime, my fleet is a '47 Farmall "A" w/72" Woods underbelly mowing deck, 1994 Troy-Bilt GTX-18 w/48" mow deck, and a 1995 Ingersoll 4020PS w/60" mow deck and 48" snow thrower with a winter cab.
Edited by Fleetman, May 14, 2014 - 12:47 PM.