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    Quote Originally Posted by jayvw View Post
    Question on the Lock n Lube coupler.. Does it fit through the hole to access the front driveshaft universal zert?

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    No. But they make an extended version that might. Personally, before I'd spend $40 on a grease connector for one PITA fitting that I'll grease only a few times a year, I'd just follow Tim Marks' routine and grease that one by removing the lower front panel in the cockpit.

    https://locknlube.com/products/lockn...ase-coupler-xl


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    I use two guns. Both pistol grip. Both full of same grease, JD poly. One gun has LockNLube, one has an extended needle. The needle has been a lifesaver for the joints on my driveline and the ones on the pto shafts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayvw View Post
    Question on the Lock n Lube coupler.. Does it fit through the hole to access the front driveshaft universal zert?

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    The short one no. The longer version? I don't know. Maybe if the hole is wide enough. I use a ridged tube grease gun and don't have any problem getting to that zerk through the hole. I just put the front wheels up on ramps so I have plenty of room to maneuver myself and the extra length of the grease gun underneath the tractor. The hardest part is just aligning up the zerk to the hole which you do by turning the flywheel by hand, just takes a few minutes of rotating. The newer 1025r's floor and dash panels don't come apart the same anymore as shown in Tractor Time with Tim's video and looks much more involved. Many structure changes have been made that aren't apparent just by looking at late model tractors since Tim's 2014 model in the video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmylh View Post
    The short one no. The longer version? I don't know. Maybe if the hole is wide enough. I use a ridged tube grease gun and don't have any problem getting to that zerk through the hole. I just put the front wheels up on ramps so I have plenty of room to maneuver myself and the extra length of the grease gun underneath the tractor. The hardest part is just aligning up the zerk to the hole which you do by turning the flywheel by hand, just takes a few minutes of rotating. The newer 1025r's floor and dash panels don't come apart the same anymore as shown in Tractor Time with Tim's video and looks much more involved. Many structure changes have been made that aren't apparent just by looking at late model tractors since Tim's 2014 model in the video.
    I show some (most) of those differences in a video from the spring with the 2018 model. The biggest is the newer one piece molded pedestal under the dash, etc...goes all the way to the frame.
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