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The old 45 DCOE's have a leather washer/seal that is held in by a metal washer which in turn is held in by the throttle shaft nut. The new 45 DCOE's, I beleive don't have that leather seal. Wonder whether you may have mixed new and old parts on the one carb that is leaking.
 

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The part # for the leather seal/dust cover is 41570.001 (used to be 5802) and it was part of the last set of rebuild kits I bought. I got mine from Overseas Auto in Vancouver, BC who usually have a good supply of Weber parts.

Assembly order is throttle shaft bearing/dust cover/spring/spring cup/washer or throttle lever/locktab/nut.

The only question in my mind to rule out if it leaks with a greased bearing and proper assembly is wether the shaft may be worn.
 
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