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    2305 drive shaft greased

    Hello all, after much research here on the site i was able to get the drive shaft greased on my 2305. After locating the zerks i was able to use a screwdriver and orient them to a position where I could get a needle adapter on them. Think I got them greased good. Had to loosen both zerks 1/8 to 1/4 turn. After greasing they seemed to still be fairly tight so i left them. I'll keep an eye on them. Noticed the front shaft has no zerks? Anyway thanks for all the great info on the site


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    Spent part of my day yesterday doing the same thing . What a sense of accomplishment when you get grease in that one spot . lol
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