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Lubrication points Where are the lubrication points under the hood and for the axles? A picture would be nice to see where they are, and how many there are.

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Hi,I am Ron,The axles are not greasable,If boots are busted You can replace boots by desasembling the axle.The axles are not very high now days ,it is more fesable to replace the axles.If they are not busted,and clean of oil and grease,leave them alone.If I can help let me know roniecon@gmail.com

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