Crossover Pipe Bursted on V8

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I am planning on replacing the front and rear crossover pipes on my '10 RR HSE 5.0 V8. I found the part numbers (LR018275 and LR109402). I will order a new bleeder valve as I understand those are not included with the new pipe.

Can someone tell me if there are any gaskets that I need to replace that go between the crossover pipes and the block?
 

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I am planning on replacing the front and rear crossover pipes on my '10 RR HSE 5.0 V8. I found the part numbers (LR018275 and LR109402). I will order a new bleeder valve as I understand those are not included with the new pipe.

Can someone tell me if there are any gaskets that I need to replace that go between the crossover pipes and the block?

No gaskets for the coolant pipes.

Only gaskets you may want to replace are the intake manifold gaskets..8 of them. Fyi, I did not replace them, had no issues with vacuum leaks after. Car had 138k on it at the time.
 

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Thanks Daytona. I just looked at the intake manifold gaskets on autohausAZ.com which is where I was going to buy the crossover pipes. I see there are intake gaskets by Elwis and Eurospare that are around $6/each and then genuine LR for $13/each. Do you know if those aftermarket brands are ok to go with to save a few bucks, or do you recommend OEM? Thanks.
 

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Thanks Daytona. I just looked at the intake manifold gaskets on autohausAZ.com which is where I was going to buy the crossover pipes. I see there are intake gaskets by Elwis and Eurospare that are around $6/each and then genuine LR for $13/each. Do you know if those aftermarket brands are ok to go with to save a few bucks, or do you recommend OEM? Thanks.

For mechanical/moving parts i usually recommend getting oem or high quality aftermarket.
For something as simple as a gasket, I'd say your safe with a cheaper aftermarket, eurospare should be fine.
https://www.fcpeuro.com/Land-Rover-...=3842&t=5&b=11&d=&v=31&keywords=Intake gasket
 

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Hi I have a 07 Range Rover sport 3.6L Turbo Diesel V8 it has a slow coolant leak been told it may be the middle crossover pipe been told it could cost up to $4000 to fix any help would be nice I’m in Brisbane
 

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