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Old 08-12-2013, 06:01 PM
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Location: Lafayette, LA
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OK...... I just called my dealer (salesman), and was told that applied zerks for greasing the front Castor can be left there permanently, unless you have serious branch issues that might threaten the grease zerks.

I was also told that the cap on the top of the Castor housing should be removed before applying grease, and can be removed with a small blade screwdriver (used carefully), and to use a small wooden block to gently tap the cover back evenly in place.

Sounds like something I can do.......LOL..

Wilson Boudreaux
from Cajun Country

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