Brute Force makes a wheel bearing grease tool that makes it a professional quality job you can do at home. Don’t forget those ball joints too! You may need a pencil/ pen style grease gun needle. I do for my Super ATV ball joints.There I was, feeling all accomplished because I finally got around to greasing my trailer's wheel bearings when a friend stopped by and asked when the last time I serviced my SXS's bearings.... "uh... never." was my response.
I spent some time searching here and on YouTube and from what I understand, these bearings are not as easy to get to as machines from other manufacturers. How often are you all doing your bearings? My machine lives an easy life... Never driven in mud except for the very occasional puddles on trails, hardly ever driven faster than 25mph, and generally serves as family transport vehicle on weekend rides on easy to moderate well established trails.
Any feedback on how often and how to would be greatly appreciated.
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