Lube Locker

Maniak

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what are you using now, just RTV or a gasket?

that gasket looks nice im sure it would work fine
 
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When you take your TA off mark where the studs stop on the bearing caps and put some thread sealer on the threads, the drain plug, and the fill. Try to use something that remains pliable, that and the Lube Locker will guarrante a leak free rear end.

BTW the Lube Locker is reusable up to 5 times.
 
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When you take your TA off mark where the studs stop on the bearing caps and put some thread sealer on the threads, the drain plug, and the fill. Try to use something that remains pliable, that and the Lube Locker will guarrante a leak free rear end.

BTW the Lube Locker is reusable up to 5 times.
Thanks for the info.
 
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Just got this in the mail today. I'll prob get it done Monday or Tuesday. I'll report back results.
 
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When you take your TA off mark where the studs stop on the bearing caps and put some thread sealer on the threads, the drain plug, and the fill. Try to use something that remains pliable, that and the Lube Locker will guarrante a leak free rear end.

BTW the Lube Locker is reusable up to 5 times.
Did you use the same bolts that came with the TA Girdle. Just thinking since the gasket puts a few inches in there.
 

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