This seems to be an area that is notorious for leaking (big surprise,
huh?). I use Permatex Copper gasket maker (silicone in a tube) along with
the paper gaskets (that I make myself). I've not had one leak yet (hope
that doesn't jinx me).
At 10:53 AM -0700 8/24/00, Bryan Vandiver wrote:
>I've had mine on the road since last September, and I'm still 'working the
>out'. I finally got the engine running great, and the engine oil leak under
>control, however, I just noticed right after the Swag run, that I've got oil
>leaking out around each rear wheel :-(
>Oh-well, I guess I'll be pulling the rear hubs.
> - Bryan
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>>Subject: Almost done!
>>My 60 Bugeye left on a trailer yesterday to the resto-body shop that did
>>the body and paint on the tub. I have the engine and trans in and it's
>>time to fit the bonnet and the doors. The only thing left is the
>>interior, wiring the lights front and rear and a few odds and ends. So
>>soon come the task of working out the bugs.(no pun intended) I just
>>know this can't be as easy as just get in and drive it and everything
>>will work perfectly. Soon on the road. WooHoo!
>>Mike MacLean-Almost finished 60 Sprite
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