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Old 05-16-2011, 02:53 PM   #1
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Zerk fitting locations 83 Pace Arrow on p-30 chassis

Over last week end I finally got my oil change completed, and bought a new grease gun to tackle lubing the chassis, and where ever else needed, according to p-30 guide I reviewed there was 18 locations that needed lubing. I failed right off because even my 'mini' grease gun was too long to do the job, I ended up buying a 90 degree attachment today to try again .

The time I spend under underneath last week end I was not able to find anything close to that "18" so to help me find as many as possible, and understand I only have the area to work, after lifting my tires off the ground approx 5" [on a wooden step ramp] I still have very limited area to work, so can anyone give me a better idea on where these Zerk fittings are, so I can get as many as possible greased?

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Suggest you get a rubber flexible extension for the grease gun, and be sure that the end will clip on firmly to the zerx. (good luck with that part!)

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There are several zerts on the drive shaft/universal joints too.
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