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Wheels, hubs and tires
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I JUST REBUILT TWO REBUILT STAR HUBS, SHOULD I USE A NEW TYPE HIGH PRESSURE BEARING GREASE? I THINK I READ SOMEWHERE THAT HARLEY USED A LIGHTER TYPE GREEZE ? DONT MEAN TO SOUND STUPID, ONLY WANT TO DO IT RIGHT FIRST TIME ONE TIME,
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I use an H-D ® grease tube (99856-92) in a Lincoln ® pistol-grip gun. I found that forcing the grease through a zerk fitting, and onto a scale, required 33 trigger pulls to squirt out 1 oz. (as required by the H-D ® service manual). It's blue, it's sticky, and H-D ® grease doesn't have the sulphur reek that most grease has.