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What and how often do i need to grease or lube on my 2005 f350

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Unfortunatly the Ford and their amazing engenering department decided not to make anything grease able in the suspenison or drive line other than some drive shaft slip yokes...... I am not bashing Ford as i work for a Ford dealership, but i just do not understand why they do this they know that these things need greased..... Makes no sense to me

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