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I remember saving these when I saw these recommendations. I also recall vette owner manuals over the years saying Di-electric grease was acceptable. Personally, I don’t think there would be any issues nor ill effects of seals either drying, cracking or tearing issues.

I also think anything reputable is fine, I would just say make sure it does not contain petroleum distillates like the old Armor-all had or anything with shiny silicone that looks great, but will dry out and crack rubber seals over time.

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I also saw the Di-electric grease recommendation, but would worry that it would attract dirt. Maybe 303 would be a better choice. Thanks for your answer.
 

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I've used the dielectric lube from 2013 to present on both of my C7s a couple times a year. You use very little and rub it in. Never had any problems nor that it attracted dirt.
 
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