H42 and transfer case Rebuild - a few questions (1 Viewer)

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I used the gaskets in the rebuild kit. If the surfaces are clean and unmarred should be good to go, just like the factory Just a bit of tack on one side to hold in place,... but everyone has their opinion. I hate stuff oozing all over, gluing things together. Every mechanic has their pref.
 

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Thanks. I think my surfaces are all smooth. I’d prefer no sealant or gasket maker, but also don’t want leaks (obviously) - so wondering if it better to use a sealant “just in case”
 

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Hi all. I have two small seals for the tcase. I know the one on the left is for the hi/low lever. I cannot figure out where the other one goes. I don’t have it that I can see in any of my pictures. Anyone know? Thanks again for answering my questions.

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spotcruiser

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I think you have a hi-lo shifter seal for two different versions of the transfer case. It's probably best to check with the vendor.
 

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Thanks Todd. If that’s the case, I think I’m good, because the other one wouldn’t fit...they are different sizes.
 

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