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Old 05-10-2010, 07:36 PM   #1
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Hey guy'* I need a new snout seal for my m62 SC what kind should I get and where should I buy one from? My snout had about 2oz of fluid so I guess it is leaking somewhere. I last checked it in Nov 09 and it was fine. It just turned 10,000 miles and I went to put fresh fluid in and it was low. Thanks
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Check at ZZ performance. Another option is to replace the snout if you can find another one at a good price.
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Which would work best for my SC? My choices are Nitrile standard seal (-N) or a high performance Viton seal (-V) thanks for your help.
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You should be fine with the standard seal.
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Thanks Dan your the Best!
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