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Old 03-16-2008, 12:08 PM   #11
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As stated above, only the nosedrive is compatible, and it may not be in great shape considering the age.
I will consider to rebuild nosedrive from old SC.
I would love to see my rebuildable but I'm afraid it'* not.
There are few autoshops around walking distance in my area.Maybe some have a press for removing bearing.
The rest I can do by myself.

If I find my is rebuildable too I will fix it later on and offer for somebody who need it for same reasonable price .
If not,Oh well. Another expences
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i meant on the one you will be buying, check out the replacement seal.
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i meant on the one you will be buying, check out the replacement seal.
Oh, sure I will.I didn't understand your post.
Thanks for advise.
The guy said there is just little "play when turning and no in/out play.
I guess I will change coupler and sure will check everything else.
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I have another question.
Is it better to order gasket and those two rings online or it can be bought from dealer.
I guess it must be the same price. Or not?
Gasket maker,SC oil,coupler ?
Any advise to be cost and time efficient ?
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I have another question.
Is it better to order gasket and those two rings online or it can be bought from dealer.
I guess it must be the same price. Or not?
Gasket maker,SC oil,coupler ?
Any advise to be cost and time efficient ?
you can get it from any parts store.

i just got a fel-pro set for $9.

www.intense-racing.com has coupler sets with the sealant for the nose drive too.
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I've got a spare nosedrive. Good overall shape, though the paint leaves something to be desired (i.e. I tried stripping it off...found out it'* pretty stout stuff)

PM me an offer on it.
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I've got a spare nosedrive. Good overall shape, though the paint leaves something to be desired (i.e. I tried stripping it off...found out it'* pretty stout stuff)

PM me an offer on it.

This is warmer

PM sent.
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you can check out this site too. and the coupler, snout seal, and bearing are compatible between m90 and m62.
http://www.rollingperformance.com/snoutkits.htm

p.*. go with the standard seal. leave the viton alone.
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Rollingperformance doesn't include the red loctite/gm gasket maker. You'll still need to buy that seperately.

I don't use the black stuff he ships.
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Rollingperformance doesn't include the red loctite/gm gasket maker. You'll still need to buy that seperately.

I don't use the black stuff he ships.
when rp says
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he sends the black rtv? i thought he used the red stuff.
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