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This is a discussion on Group N transmission mount and whiteline crossmember bushing question within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey guys i'm planning on install these two items on my car and i saw that the whiteline crossmember bushing ...

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    Group N transmission mount and whiteline crossmember bushing question

    hey guys i'm planning on install these two items on my car and i saw that the whiteline crossmember bushing came with bushing lube.

    What is that for?

    and when i torque all the bolts back down can i use anti-seize on all of them?

    and i know i need to use loctite for the 4 bolts for the group n, do i have to use it for anything else?

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    Bushing lube is applied to the bushings so that they don't squeak when compressed. Urethane and other plastics and rubbers could make some noise. Not a huge deal and not necessary either, just a precaution by the company.

    You can use anti-seize, so long as bolts are still torqued to spec.

    Who says you have to use loctite for the mount? I never have...and never had a problem...
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    bolt popped?

    new problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Bushing lube is applied to the bushings so that they don't squeak when compressed. Urethane and other plastics and rubbers could make some noise. Not a huge deal and not necessary either, just a precaution by the company.

    You can use anti-seize, so long as bolts are still torqued to spec.

    Who says you have to use loctite for the mount? I never have...and never had a problem...

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