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Old 12-03-2005, 12:29 AM
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Where to get grease cartridge: Ford ESA-M1C75-B spec or better ?

Hello,
My service info calls for Ford XG-1-C or -K, ESA-M1C75-B grease.
Where can you buy cartridge grease that meets or exceeds Ford's
spec ? Thanks much. JR
 
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is that wheel bearing grease? if so just use a moly based grease.
 
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Old 12-05-2005, 10:19 PM
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What do you guys think about Lucas "Red and Tacky" grease? I have used it in the past and it is definately "tacky."
 
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Originally Posted by F150Lariat79
Hello,
My service info calls for Ford XG-1-C or -K, ESA-M1C75-B grease.
Where can you buy cartridge grease that meets or exceeds Ford's
spec ? Thanks much. JR
I like to use Mystik Tetrimoly:
http://www.docs.citgo.com/msds_pi/591101.pdf

Normally you can find it in Farm and Fleet type stores.
 
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Valvoline Durablend, at Autozone.

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Is ther any moly wheel bearing grease that that is not dark gray in color? The reason I ask this is that with some other colors the color can indicate the amount of wear materrial in the grease. (i.e. when white grease becomes dark grey)
 
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yes royal purple sells purple grease.
 
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Well the dark gray in new grease generally indicates a high percentage of moly.
 
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Im looking at a 1976 Ford owners manual which sets the EAS-M1C75B As the recommended multipurpose lubricant/ I know back then the greases were Lithium based.
If that number is still used I guess it it still Lithium.
 
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Lithium is the thickener to the base oil. Moly is an additive.

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Sorry about digging in the boneyard and bring this back to zombie life.
Did anyone that is still on FTE get an answer to this question?
The 2006 Ford WorkShop Manual calls for XG-1-C when pre-lubing
the bearings of the rear axle on my F350. I would like to find something
that meets the Ford spec and will work well with the hypoid oil in the rear diff.

Thanks
 
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Valvoline part number VV633 (and VV632) meet 'Ford M1C75B' standard:
https://www.valvoline.com/our-produc...purpose-grease

It's available for <$5 at your nearest AutoZone (alternate part number 05160):
https://www.autozone.com/greases-and...tube/54186_0_0
 

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Originally Posted by TimothyOnline View Post
Valvoline part number VV633 (and VV682) meet 'Ford M1C75B' standard:
https://www.valvoline.com/our-produc...purpose-grease

It's available for <$5 at your nearest AutoZone (alternate part number 05160):
https://www.autozone.com/greases-and...tube/54186_0_0
Nice first post to update an old thread with current info!

Excellent bump! Welcome to FTE.

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If it's u-joints that are being greased, moly based grease will cause needle bearing issues, lithium based should be used.. See Spicer's web site for more info..
 
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Valvoline Grease for Ford/Lincoln/Mercury (Ford M1C75B)

It looks like Valvoline no longer has the product listed on their site. Here are some links where you can find it:

Advance Auto Parts (cartridge): https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/...v633/7070013-P
Advance Auto Parts (tub): https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/...v632/7070007-P
Amazon (cartridge):
Amazon Amazon
Amazon (tub):
Amazon Amazon
CARiD (cartridge): https://www.carid.com/valvoline/ford...mpn-vv633.html
CARiD (tub): https://www.carid.com/valvoline/ford...mpn-vv632.html
Grainger (cartridge): https://www.grainger.com/product/VALVOLINE-Grease-4NPN2
Grainger (tub): https://www.grainger.com/product/VALVOLINE-Grease-4NPN1
NAPA (cartridge): https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/VCA633
NAPA (tub): https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/VCA632
O'Reilly Auto Parts (cartridge): https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/b...se/633/4773297
O'Reilly Auto Parts (tub): https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/b...se/632/4773296
Pep Boys (cartridge): https://pepboys.com/product/details/554671/01036
Pep Boys (tub): https://www.pepboys.com/valvoline-mu...product/554688
Walmart (online only) (cartridge): https://www.walmart.com/ip/Grease-Ex...63310/23858396
Walmart (online only) (tub): https://www.walmart.com/ip/Valvoline...rease/47658331
Walmart (online only) (tub): https://www.walmart.com/ip/VALVOLINE...Black/41217940

Hope this is useful.
 

Last edited by TimothyOnline; 11-11-2018 at 11:16 PM. Reason: Updated vendors and links.
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