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Old 01-22-2019, 07:01 PM   #1
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Lube Stuff

on a baystar f53 chassis. i was able to lube 4 points on the drivers side but i cant get the grease in the other 5. is there a trick? maybe heat, although i really dont want flames under the engine
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on a baystar f53 chassis. i was able to lube 4 points on the drivers side but i cant get the grease in the other 5. is there a trick? maybe heat, although i really dont want flames under the engine
Sounds like an angle problem. Perhaps your grease gun doesn't snap on good. You can always change zerk fittings to face proper direction for easier greasing.
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If its the King pins, try turning the wheels and greasing. If that don't work, jack it up.
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If its the King pins, try turning the wheels and greasing. If that don't work, jack it up.


This is sound advise, worked for me on my CS
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