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    assembld lower end without locktite

    it was my first time sealing up a lower end last night and threw it together, then read the assembly manual as I was finishing and realized the bolts went in dry, what is the best course of action.
    leave it be, disassemble and start over or could I even just back one out at a time and add it and retorq without screwing up the casebond seal?

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    Re: assembld lower end without locktite

    Back out 1 at a time and retorque each as you go. It will be fine.
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    Re: assembld lower end without locktite

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    Back out 1 at a time and retorque each as you go. It will be fine.
    perfect that's what I was thinking, should I start at bolt number one and work up?

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    Re: assembld lower end without locktite

    I would do one at a time in reverse sequence.


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