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Unread 02-04-2012, 08:18 PM   #11
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Yes, yes it would. Any full synthetic grease will last better, I'm partial to Valvoline since Royal Purple is a bit of a trick to get my hands on. Have to special order the stuff, my parts stores don't stock it normally.
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How long do you usually need to wait before you re-grease everything? Someone here said 30K miles under normal conditions? That's not what the instructions said on my moog tie rod. They said every 6K miles or with every oil change. That seems like a lot.

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30K under normal conditions is fine.
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My rigs:

1985 Ford F150 | 4x2 | 300ci OHV inline six | 4-speed OD manual | 310K | No power brakes | Running 100% - It hasn't driven this good in 15 years!

1984 Ford F150 | 4x2 | 300ci six | granny four | 3.55 rear end | 210K | Brakes shot. Rear drums are doing most of the work. Not fit to drive due to that.
1997 Ford Explorer XLT | 4.0L Vulcan V6 | 5-speed automatic | shift-on-the-fly 4WD | 210,000 miles | Running 95% - Needs brakes on all four corners + bald tires
1989 Ford F150 | 300cid six...again | 5-speed | 4x4 | 160K | Needs brakes done as well. Oi!

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