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Old 02-14-2016, 10:10 AM   #1
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2000 36' Allure Zerk locations

I am getting ready to have a service done and I was curious if anyone had a diagram of the zerk locations on our coach. I really want to be sure the ones that aren't supposed to be greased in the front are highlighted! I will probably take it to Speedco and I want to be sure what needs to be greased is, and what shouldn't be greased isn't.

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Hello John.
There is a link that I posted for SAF-holland on an earlier topic. It's titled "02 intrigue.... My first oil change questions". It was posted on feb. 1

There are two zerks fittings on both knuckle post assembly that should never be greased.

That link for SAF-holland shows everything in detail.


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My chassis manual shows the zerks on our rig. None are indicated "do not grease".
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Just curious, but why would there be zerks if they weren't supposed to be greased? If that is true, and the vehicle were mine, I would replace the zerks with threaded plugs as the builder should have. Then there would be no confusion.

Now I've heard everything.

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Hello John.
There is a link that I posted for SAF-holland on an earlier topic. It's titled "02 intrigue.... My first oil change questions". It was posted on feb. 1

There are two zerks fittings on both knuckle post assembly that should never be greased.

That link for SAF-holland shows everything in detail.


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Brett,
That is exactly what I was looking for. thanks for the help!

Here is the link for anyone who's interested.

http://ww1.safholland.us/quicklit/XL-AK397-01_en-us.pdf
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