Remflex stands behind its exhaust gaskets

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Remflex says its exhaust gaskets are made of 100 percent flexible graphite, with no rubber binders or paper that can become brittle and burn out over time, which can lead to exhaust leaks.

According to the company, the material used to make the gaskets is designed to withstand up to 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit, far exceeding even the hottest exhaust system temperature. The gaskets are built with a 50 percent crush so that they can fill pits and gaps as large as 1/16 inch, according to the company, and they never require retightening.

For more information, go to www.remflex.com.