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Old 06-27-2013, 08:32 PM   #1
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I have to do some tranny work, so I plan on also replacing the rear main seal. At autozone they have two that I'm looking at. There's a difference of $1.00 and ones made of Teflon and the other is rubber. Which would be better? Any advantages or disadvantages? Thanks for any help!
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The Teflon seal should last longer.
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The Teflon seal should last longer.
Gotcha, thanks man!
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