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06-24-2013 03:12 PM
Jared66 Anywhere there is a pin or bolt where somthing hinges or moves . Needs to be greased or lubricated or allowed to move without alot of friction. So there will be a grease nipple to grease this like on the ends of your ball joints ect . And usually on one of the for sides of the universal joints ( found at the ends of your drive shafts and behind the steering buckles. Crawl under and find every part tha moves and get up close and personal. You'll find the nipples if they're there. I'd not. It will just be a plastic bushing in the joint thT will eventually wear out and you replace those. Or drill and tap in a grease nipple.
06-24-2013 02:48 PM
jeepwayoflife I would post this in the TJ section instead of the builders section. You will get more help there
06-24-2013 09:23 AM
Greasing Underneath?

I bought a lifted TJ (auto 4.0) this spring and I am aware that I need to grease a few different places below. The problem is I have no idea where to grease nor how to grease them (I do have a grease gun). If anyone could provide me with links to diagrams or videos or anything of that nature I would greatly appreciate it!

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