Thanks to all who replied.
I asked because we are doing a bottom end rebuild, and Iâ??m very worried that
if any kind of goo gets down into the ring pack, it will stick the rings.
Thanks for the tips. The â??stringâ?? of tips should be included in this email.
Some very clever!
Hope to see you in Ohio,
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> Subject: [Fot] Rear main rope seal alternatives?
> Seems as if every time I use Permatex Aviation Cement to soak my rope seals
> the mess gets worse and worse.
> Is there a good alternative to Aviation Cement or to the rope seals entirely?
> I have tried RTV, but it is very hard to get it in there with no air gaps.
> Building another engine this week and am wondering about a better way to do
> Phil Gott
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