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Great write up! Would you still recommend greasing the bearings through the ABS hole? I was thinking about doing that on my truck just as preventative maintenance. I'm also wondering if grease could get sucked up inot my vacuum line.
Definitely do them. I did both mine a couple years ago and packed them until they oozed grease out the seams. The only thing I noticed was a little grease on the wheels for a short while.......Do it!
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Definitely do them. I did both mine a couple years ago and packed them until they oozed grease out the seams. The only thing I noticed was a little grease on the wheels for a short while.......Do it!
Thanks! That is what I wanted to hear. I made up the grease fitting and small tube to fit inot the abs hole. Time to buy some grease and get filling.
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