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Username Post: felpro rear differential gaskets        (Topic#353843)
sanee64 
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11-10-18 04:43 AM - Post#2750963    

now that im reading more in to this, is any kind of gasket sealant needed since felpro says nothing is needed?



 




69_BOWTIE 
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11-10-18 08:44 AM - Post#2750979    
    In response to sanee64

Hard to break tradition don't really need it but it never hurts either.

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DZAUTO 
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11-10-18 06:20 PM - Post#2751025    
    In response to 69_BOWTIE

No, sealant is probably not needed------------------b ut for extra measure against leakege/weepage, I ALWAYS use the Permatex that I posted. On these old cars, these rears are very seldom taken apart, and back in the day, GM's methods of sealing parts was not as refined as it is today. So I like to add the extra security of sealing parts.



 




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