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case half studs (not cylinder head studs)

i removed the studs on a 72t in order to make machining easier i cleaned all the studs to reinsert but have some questions:
1. should we use red or blue or none on the 2 inside studs they now have case saver0s.
2. should we used some type of thread sealer on the remaining studs or nothing.
thanks
incidendally if you ever remove these make sure you take height measurements before you do or have another case nearby to take measurements.
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You don't need to use anything on them, they are not going anywhere. Many people and manuals recommend red loctite, but it's overkill.
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Thanks, for the info
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