believe me you can probably do a better job with correct product and a couple rags!! i saw where someone paid 34.00$ for lube on a Toy?? they also charged him 130.00+ for lube and clean breaks?? they saw him coming!!:td:I think I made a mistake when greasing my driveshaft zerks the other day. I used some 'Plews 30-127 All Purpose' grease (NLGI 2 rated, lithium base) that I found in my garage. I plan to have my driveshaft professionally re-lubed soon, but I just want to make sure that this is adequate in the meantime.
Tons of good info on lubes & snake oils...I've been reading the recent posts on types of grease, grease fittings, etc. A little how-to advice would help: number and location of fittings, type of grease to use, use a little vs. use a lot, etc.
They can't so if 2wd don't worry we weren't lucky enough for lube zerk fittings.Helpful news: Valvoline makes a moly-fortified lithium grease. Photo attached. I just ignored the refereces on the cartridge to Ford/Mercury. I now use it on my farm tractor and equipment too.
Not so helpful: I don't know jack about synthetics. Others will have to advise you on that one.
Last thought: I thought the 2WDs can't be greased?