Ya, that's about it. Unless you happen to have greasable spring pin
bushings, which is highly unlikely. Your axles(diffs) use gear oil, a 75w90
or 80w90 depending on climate. Your wheel bearings must be manually removed,
inspected and packed with a good high temperature grease. And you
absolutely don't want grease, gear oil or anything inside your brake drums,
especially brake fluid, if a brake cylinder goes and it leaks to the braking
surface of your drum, the drums and pads are history even if they're new.
They must be replaced.
| > > Finally got a good grease gun and ready to take it to the truck. This
| > an
| > > '85 K5 Blzaer with a 6.2L diesel. Since I don't know a lot about
| > a
| > > vehicle, could this group please tell me where all I need to grease
| > > regularly? Thanks.
| > >
| > >