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BBC rear main leak

General engine tech -- Drag Racing to Circle Track

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Re: BBC rear main leak

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Most of the LS/LT stuff says to install dry on the rubbing surface. Hopefully one of these guys/gals here can provide some insight. I always used to lube everything.
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Re: BBC rear main leak

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In-Tech wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 12:36 am Most of the LS/LT stuff says to install dry on the rubbing surface. Hopefully one of these guys/gals here can provide some insight. I always used to lube everything.
LS has a Teflon sealing face so yes, dry.
I always worry about the dust seal but it doesn't seem to care.
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