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How to lube or grease a brake and drive tube after removal

I removed the brake and drive tube during repairs and noticed some oil comming out from the housing. I cleaned everything dry and i'm ready to replace the tube but dont know if I should grease the entire housing or the rubber seals prior installation and what about oil

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PUT IT ON THE TUBE BEFORE YOU REINSTALL IT

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no place to add and grease/oil

THE IMPORTANT THING THOSE IS TO OPEN THE VENT HOLE ON NEW TRANSMISSION AS STATED ON THE NEW PART BE SURE TO POKE A HOLE ON THERE

The grease you see now should be cleaned or it may permanetly stain your clothing...it was from oil leakage from the old trans/gearcase

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under-body only.check
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2wd, or 4wd?
what do you want to grease, you never said.
bearings, tie-rods, ujoints etc. only>?

are you asking for ZERKS? only?
or all places on car with grease.?
or
are you saying just grease? and only things that must not be removed for service with grease, (like wheel bearings and splines)

The free book posted over 200 times.
chapter 0, read that? lube/maintenance?
see the 4wd exceptions?
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http://www.morris4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

the map includes LUBE points.
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1993.(oldest for GC) the word LUBE is wide reaching...
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and with no disassemlbly

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