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    Default m38a1 leak in transfer case seal

    Good day all! After a new set of spark plugs and wiring and a carburetor rebuild our 1053 m38a1 is running nicely. Dad and I have enjoyed several rides that make us forget about the oppressive Ohio heatwave.

    We have a question regarding a leaky transfer case seal. Have any of you had experience with the product AT205 leak sealant? Would you suggest its use or avoid it? We have heard mixed reviews when using it with this type of vehicle.

    thanks in advance!

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    Come on, the seal is likely 50 years old with a groove cut in the yoke. Get under there and replace it. No magic in a bottle will fix that.

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    That was our intention but until we can get to it we were hoping for a temporary fix.

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