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Old 05-02-2012, 05:05 PM   #1
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Oil capacity W-22

I am using the NAPA 1060 oil filter. This is a quart and I think the OEM filter is 1/2 quart so my capacity would be 7 quarts if I am correct. Am I correct? Also how many zerk fittings are there? I found 14 am I missing any?
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14 is correct and with the 1 quart filter 7 is correct.
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Old 05-02-2012, 05:28 PM   #3
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Thanks az, I did good. It seams I can't remember anything anymore, just ask my wife!
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14 is correct and with the 1 quart filter 7 is correct.
Ya did good ...
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If you are wanting to be precise, I believe 6.9 quarts with the 1 quart 1060 filter is the exact measurement.
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Dont forget to check the wet hubs.
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If you are wanting to be precise, I believe 6.9 quarts with the 1 quart 1060 filter is the exact measurement.
I know .... I was just sayin'!
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14 is correct and with the 1 quart filter 7 is correct.
I was getting ready to crawl under mine to lube. Are the exact locations of the 14 zerks documented anywhere?
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I was getting ready to crawl under mine to lube. Are the exact locations of the 14 zerks documented anywhere?
Absolutely and here goes:

Facing forward from under unit.

5 on the left side (driver) 1 tie rod end, 2 king pin upper and lower, 2 drag link inner and outer.

3 on the right side (passenger) 1 tie rod end, 2 king pin upper and lower.

5 on the drive shaft. 1 in each universal (cross) and one on the spline shaft approximately in the middle of the driveshaft

1 under the hood on the brake relay rod. Right side looking.

14

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Absolutely and here goes:

Facing forward from under unit.

5 on the left side (driver) 1 tie rod end, 2 king pin upper and lower, 2 drag link inner and outer.

3 on the right side (passenger) 1 tie rod end, 2 king pin upper and lower.

5 on the drive shaft. 1 in each universal (cross) and one on the spline shaft approximately in the middle of the driveshaft

1 under the hood on the brake relay rod. Right side looking.

14

That's it!

Awesome! Thanks again DriVer! When you say 'under the hood', you mean under the doghouse inside, or through the front?
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Awesome! Thanks again DriVer! When you say 'under the hood', you mean under the doghouse inside, or through the front?
Ramblin, Through the front. A little below eye level.
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OK, you know what they say about the only dumb question, so here goes! What is a drag link, inner and outer??

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OK, you know what they say about the only dumb question, so here goes! What is a drag link, inner and outer??

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There are no dumb questions, only dumb answers. Here's mine:

"Not sure, but I think it has something to do with preventing the RV from popping wheelies on the drag strip."
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If you are wanting to be precise, I believe 6.9 quarts with the 1 quart 1060 filter is the exact measurement.
I can see where 1.6 ozs. could be critical. Would that be by volume or weight?
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