When I do them I don't paint the mating surfaces, I blast and etch them, then fit them but I don't use the nuts to draw the parts in. Fit them all first, then setup your bearings to 0015-002, then final assemble & dial in the rotors.:thumbsup:
You can use never sieze if you like, but once the bearings are setup- correctly- you shouldn't have to pull them apart for a very long time. Most people won't ever put 80k+ miles on a rebuilt C2 or C3 anymore so I would expect the bearings to outlive more owners. Why else do you think some place now have lifetime warrantees, which life?.... the bearings or owners?LOL
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