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77 F150 NP 205 transfer case leaks

So my transfer case has some leaks, looks like the front nut/washer for the idler gear and the rear access plate for such, Also it appears the rear output seal and housing gasket are leaking. My question is: For the front nut/idler gear, can I just remove the nut and put sealer under the washer and on the threads and retorque to 150 ft lbs and be fine? or is there a special procedure? also on the rear output shaft flange can I just remove the nut then slide pinion flange off and replace seal and retorque? or is it like the diffirential where a crush sleeve and rotational torque have to be set? I'm trying to reseal this thing without having to remove it from the truck.......any answers to these questions is appreciated.
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Info on it. NP205 Rebuild Guide Step 7,8 ,13, 63, 74 ,77 ect...

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so after reading that write up, it would appear I can just loosen the nut on the front idler bearing remove nut and washer and reseal? what seals fluid from coming out at the washer and threads? Can I just use a silicon sealer? Also can I just remove the rear output shaft as an assembly and reseal on a bench as they do and pop back in place? I'm trying not to remove the transfer case from the vehicle.
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I have not dug into the rebuild thread, I am sure is can be done with the xfer case still installed, just not as comfortable. lol

I believe when there is not a call for a gasket or seal then YES you seal the threads of the bolts. I like Permetex red.
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