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Greasing the Front Drive Line Carrier Bearing

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Where is the zerk fitting for the carrier bearing on the front drive line and what's the best way to get to it? Cut a hole in the cover and put a plate over it?

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Kinarfi

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Just pull the cover off the drivline to the front / the shifter cover. The bearing is between the seats. I had to remove the grease fitting and add a 90 degree elbow. No way could I get a grease gun to the fitting.

rocmoc n AZ

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