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Old 02-05-2019, 01:01 AM   #13
oldbird
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Originally Posted by rynosback View Post
You mention grease vs oil bath, so wouldn’t the bearings be serviceable? I think of a sealed bearing like a hub bearing that are on modern cars. And they are not serviceable. I thought the older DRVs hubs were an oil bath set up? I thought in 2015-16 they switched to a greaseable bearing style hub. Atleast on the Moryde suspension system.
I guess I didn't make that clear, sorry. I have 'never lube' bearings. When I pulled the hub off the spindle it had brown stuff on it that looked and felt like grease. Didn't look right is all I'm saying.

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Originally Posted by Walker View Post
The brown grease type stuff might be an anti-seize like Lanacote or similar.
Interesting Walker. I might have to check this out before I put them back on. Thanks
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