Bestselling Automotive Replacement Carburetor Gaskets in 2020
Mr. Gasket 54C Carburetor Base Gasket
- Has a square bore carburetor flange
- It is 0.063" thick
- Made from nitrile rubber composite
- Has a 4-hole gasket opening style
- Provides superior torque retention, crush resistance, and sheer strength
796227 Carburetor Carb Replacement with Gasket Kit for Briggs & Stratton V-Twin Models 407777 40N877 40R877 445677 445877 44L777 44M777 44P777 44R677# 796227
Rotary 3557 Carburetor Gasket For Kohler
- Gasket for carburetor
- Tractor parts
- Quality material
Edelbrock 3899 Square-Bore Carburetor Replacement Base Gasket
- Measures 0.032 in thickness
- Ensures leak-free seal between carburetor and the manifold
- Easy to install
Femitu 390323 Carburetor with Gasket Replacement for Briggs and Stratton 394228 170401 190412 TROYBILT
- Briggs and Stratton Replacement Carburetor Replaces Part #'s 390323 394228 7 & 8 & 9 HP HORIZONTAL ENGINES
- Package Include: 1 pcs Carburetor&Gasket
- Brand New Aftermarket Replacement
- Fits Models170401, 170402, 170412, 170417, 170431, 170432, 170435, 170437,170452,170457, 171431, 171432, 171437, 171452, 171457, 190400, 190401, 190402, 190403, 190404, 190406, 190407,190412, 190413, 190415, 190416, 190417, 190431, 190432, 190434, 190435, 190436, 190437, 190451, 190452,190457, 190492, 190493, 194402, 194412, 194415, 194417, 195412, 195415, 195422, 195423, 195431, 195432,195435, 195436, 195437, 195451, 195452, 195456, & 195457
Holley 108-12 Carburetor Base Gasket
- Made of paper
- Open center style
- 4-barrel square bore carburetor flange
- Thickness measures 5/16 with a bore size of 1-3/4
- Limited Warranty
Fel-Pro 60321 Carburetor Mounting Gasket
- Meets or exceeds all original equipment specifications
- Application-specific design ensures a perfect fit
- Unsurpassed quality you can trust
- Validated for fit, form and function
Edelbrock 9266 Heat Insulator Gasket
- Designed to prevent fuel percolation
- Thickness is 0.320"
- 4-barrel gasket
- 2-hole divided center
- Comes with extended carburetor studs
Oregon 49-402 Carburetor Mounting Gasket Tecumseh Part Numbers 26756 and 27141
- Replaces Tecumseh part numbers 26756 and 27141
- Fits 3, 3-1/2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10 HP engines
- Fits LAV30, 35, V40, 50, 60, 70 VM80 and VM100
12-853-139-S AM125355 Carburetor Carb with Gasket for Kohler CH13 CH14 CH15 CV13 CV14 CV15 CV16 John Deere LT133 LT150 LT155 LTR155 GS30# 12-853-57-S 12-853-80-S 12-853-82-S 12-853-139-S
Allstar ALL87200 4150 Type Series Open Center Carburetor Base Gasket
- Carburetor base gasket is for 4150 type series carburetors and is an open center design
- It has a 90 day limited warranty
- Backed by a 90-day limited factory warranty
Prime Line 7-04637 Carburetor Bowl and Gasket Replacement for Model Briggs and Stratton 693981
- For 3.5 & 4 HP Max Series
- For All Quantums Series
- For 5 HP Industrial Engine
Hot Flashes May Be a Sign of Heart Disease
Hormone replacement therapy may be more of a risk than we previously thought.
A large-scale study of 27,000 women done by the National Institutes of Health found that women who continued to have hot flashes and night sweats were at increased risk for heart disease and other health factors. The women most highly at risk were those more than 60 years of age or who were more than 10 years postmenopausal.
Dr. Jacques Rossouw, the lead author and chief of the WHI branch at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute said, "as a result of these findings, our advice to older women who have hot flashes and night sweats is that they try to get off hormone therapy, and have themselves checked and treated for cardiovascular risk factors." Rossouw also went on to say, "Luckily, most risk factors are treatable, and presumably you can lower your risk of heart disease by taking action. If you look at it that way, these [menopausal] symptoms could be seen as a useful clue."
Women were first alerted of the problems in 2002 when scientists released the information that hormone replacement therapy was not preventive for heart attacks after menopause as had long been thought. In this release scientists believed hormone therapy actually increased the risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, blood clots and breast cancer and many women. The 2020 study was not simply done to verify the information found in the 2002 study but was also used to answer questions left unanswered for many women.
The study did not only offer negative information for women using hormone replacement therapy but positive facts for young women just beginning their therapy.
While this study by the WHI centered on women over the age of 60 who were postmenopausal, there was some fantastic news for those young women studied. Young women who's use of hormone replacement therapy began soon after becoming postmenopausal and ended within five years, had little or no increased risk of any cardiovascular problems. The new study also lends the information that all postmenopausal women who were using hormones faced some sort of increase in the risk of a stroke. The women studied who were using a combination of estrogen and progesterone exhibited an increase in breast cancer as well.