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Old 10-23-2011, 02:46 PM
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203/400 adapter bolts

Are the bolts that bolt the adapter to the tranny anything special? I couldn't find the ones that came with the adapter when I put my doubler together, so I used different ones. They weren't threaded clear to the top so the o-ring I put on would seal. Started leaking tranny fluid not long after. Took it apart today and 4/6 bolts were loose. Should I just locktite them or are the oem ones special? Thanks
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