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im sure,,the cover isnt like a head gasket,it only has the crush the rubber gasket down.
And are you using anti-sieze?
Quote from: dave500 on June 24, 2012, 12:57:38 PMim sure,,the cover isnt like a head gasket,it only has the crush the rubber gasket down.Ok so just a little snug tighten thenI do typically prefer to use a torque wrench though. I sort of have monkey grip and always over tighten stuff
I've also read to use the copper anti-seize. But unless you plan on keeping for 30 years, will it matter?
I read NOT to use the copper kind? So I didn't. And oh. I used it mostly on the threads
Quote from: killersoundz on June 25, 2012, 09:02:18 PMI read NOT to use the copper kind? So I didn't. And oh. I used it mostly on the threadsI used it, but to me the need is overblown on an engine that won't see alot of water. As long as you're owning it, you'll likely be breaking them free every other year or so for something and that's all you need to do. Its the humidity, road spray, and passage of time that sticks them.Now if it were a boat, or a dirt bike, you see?
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