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I didn't have any problems greasing the front one on mine either using a standard grease gun, just lined it up with the hole and stuck the hose tip on and gave her a couple of squirts, no drama. I had been putting it off because of all of the stories I had read on here about it 馃槀
 

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Might be a tad harder with a hose but it's not like it's deep in a cave. It's only about 1 to 1-1/2 inches inside the frame. I had more trouble lining it up since my 3rd Function SCV plumbing runs near the flywheel and I needed to use a screwdriver to move it.
I just turned the driveshaft using a big screw driver in the rear u-joint.
 
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I cannot get on even the rear driveshaft Ujoint of the 2025R with a regular grease gun or LockNload. JD had to remove the shaft (after removing the instrument panel(s). You pretty much have to turn the Ujoint about 90 degrees to get a regular gun onto it. There are other types of tips to use, but I've never found them too useful.
You have the Gen 1 2025r.
 
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