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Old 02-07-2012, 11:24 AM   #1
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Alpine Lube Schematic

Does anyone know where I can locate a lube schematic for my 38.5 2002 coach. I seem to find a new zerk fitting every time I lube.
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For a 2001 Alpine you will find the following grease fitting.

Under the Coach on the Steering Colum there is one on the slip yoke and one in the small u-joint. On the brake pedal assembly (Thru the Floor) you will find one the pivot shaft. The drag Ling and tie Rod have grease fitting on each end. The King Pins have Grease Fitting on the top and bottom. Thatís all for the front end.

In the Rear you have the Drive Shaft U-Joints have grease fitting (Each U-Joint is crossed drilled and they have two grease fittings you only need to grease one) and one on the slip yoke.

The Manual recommends that the Drive Shaft U-Joint be greased every 3000 miles (Which I Do) and the Chassis I perform once a year.

That the complete list of grease fittings on a 2001 Alpine.
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Old 02-07-2012, 08:20 PM   #4
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Hello Joe:


For a 2001 Alpine you will find the following grease fitting.

Under the Coach on the Steering Colum there is one on the slip yoke and one in the small u-joint. On the brake pedal assembly (Thru the Floor) you will find one the pivot shaft. The drag Ling and tie Rod have grease fitting on each end. The King Pins have Grease Fitting on the top and bottom. Thatís all for the front end.

In the Rear you have the Drive Shaft U-Joints have grease fitting (Each U-Joint is crossed drilled and they have two grease fittings you only need to grease one) and one on the slip yoke.

The Manual recommends that the Drive Shaft U-Joint be greased every 3000 miles (Which I Do) and the Chassis I perform once a year.

That the complete list of grease fittings on a 2001 Alpine.
Dave....Thank you very much. I will now proceed to follow your directions and get to work.
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For an 04-09 Alpine, I agree w/Dave's count minus the brake pivot (different brake linkage). Some have added a zirc on the brake "bell crank" behind the gen slide. The really well healed have replaced the gen slide rollers w/zirc-fitted rollers (King Louie found those and displayed them at Quartzsite this year), for electric motor gen slides.
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EM - where did he get them, and what is the recommended install method? I always wondered why WRV did not install them on those rollers. FWIW - I usually oil them at least three times a year, once when I do the oil/filter change. Then after we put her away in the spring and before we take off for the fall.
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Old 02-08-2012, 10:01 AM   #7
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For an 04-09 Alpine, I agree w/Dave's count minus the brake pivot (different brake linkage). Some have added a zirc on the brake "bell crank" behind the gen slide. The really well healed have replaced the gen slide rollers w/zirc-fitted rollers (King Louie found those and displayed them at Quartzsite this year), for electric motor gen slides.
EM...I was at the Desert Rat Rally but on Saturday we had to go to Tucson for a family celebration and therefore I missed all of the tech seminars. However I will look into your suggestion regarding the generator rollers.
Thank you...Joe
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I sent Luoie an email about the source for rollers, and will post a new thread or add to a gen slide thread w/the info when available.
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