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Old 12-24-2010, 01:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What, if any points on the chassis need to be lubricated and what are you lubricating them with? I know there is a special grease fitting that is needed for one of the parts, but I can remember where i saw it on here.
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Pretty sure the front driveshaft is all that can be greased and if I remeber right you need a needle type grease gun fitting to do it. I remember reading that a while ago too but can't seem to find it.
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there's a grease fitting on the front axle near the bottom of the tires
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That's it. The joints by the front tires and the needle fitting on the front drive shaft. Tractor supply has the needle fittings.
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