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HUB Lubrication for HCV and LCV?

12/29/2009 10:18 PM

I want to know Which is the best Lubricant for HUB Greasing for HCV and LCV

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Re: HUB Lubrication for HCV and LCV?

12/30/2009 12:17 AM

an un-specific question deserves an un-specific answer...90/140 gear oil or synthetic equivalent

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Re: HUB Lubrication for HCV and LCV?

12/30/2009 8:03 AM

It was specefic for wheel HUB Lubrication

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Re: HUB Lubrication for HCV and LCV?

12/31/2009 2:29 AM

Post #1 was specific to the information

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Re: HUB Lubrication for HCV and LCV?

12/31/2009 12:02 AM

1) Some members may not be familiar with the acronyms you've used. Please spell out what you mean by your terms.

2) More information is helpful as to what you are working on. The vehicle description and other information would lead to a better answer.

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