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ga duke Mike Dooley
Newnan, GA, USA   USA
Folks:

Any thoughts relating to adding zerk fittings to moving front suspension components? Good idea?...Bad idea?...Not needed?

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kirks-auto Platinum Member Robert Kirk
Davenport, IA, USA   USA
The C is most prone to wear at bushing points and Dino lube doesn't go well with those bushings. I frankly don't know where you might need grease zerks but by all means, other than possibly damaging bushings, go for it.



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ga duke Mike Dooley
Newnan, GA, USA   USA
Thanks for the input Robert...I guess no one else has an opinion...

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moesignguy Steve Moore
Galena, OH, USA   USA
1963 Triumph TR4 "4"
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2005 Mini Cooper S "LARG MARG"
Got me wondering Mike. Gonna have to take a look at my suspension roll the idea over.

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ga duke Mike Dooley
Newnan, GA, USA   USA
I was thinking about the upper A arms, but Robert has a valid point...

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