This might get allot of input, or everyone might agree on the same
thing(yea right). I was informed that typical wheel bearing grease is a no
no in the slip yolk(shaft) of a driveshaft(not including the slip
yolk(shafts) going into
the t-case itself). I was told that you want to use the same type of grease
that is used in CV joints(not the 2 u-joint type). Something related to the
high sheer strength of the CV joint grease and the high torque and sliding
of the slip yolk(shaft).
Any illumination on this?
It probably depends on your newsreader. I use OE6 and on the top go to
message. There is a thing called cancel message. Mine is greyed out unless
I'm the OP. Martin is mistaken (I think) - I canceled my previous post and
it may not happen immediately, but it will go away cause I was the OP. I've
seen guys post messages from the future and the only way to get them off the
server is for the OP to remove them. I might be wrong and all this has
nothing to do with your original question - hey, its just my 02. . . . .
Out curiosity, I removed this news group (deleting all the messages locally) and
the messages. And this entire thread is still present.
I believe there are two things, one is not all news services allow deleting
messages, and second,
once the message propagates (which can happen right away) the message cannot be
deleted. THis way
threads cannot be broken up.
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