From a new guy on the block,,,a question about my carb. I have a 1970 CJ5 with the 225 V6 with a Rochester 2G - #7027089. I'm rebuilding the carb and noticed slight pitting on the intake manifold between the two water passages. I'm assuming this IS a water passage to cool the carb/fuel and not something else. I had also noticed a tiny bit of water seeping from the head of one of the front carb to manifold bolts before I removed it. There's no pitting on the bottom side of the throttle plate. Question: Is there anything I can use on the carb/intake gasket to prevent water from seeping through? Question: Is there supposed to be any type of washer on the bolt heads? Something to seal this seems imperative. I can't find any mention of this in my shop manuals and the carb diagrams don't even show these bolts. Any/all comments/suggestions greatly appreciated.