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Can't find a way to grease slew bearings or slew motor

I took off every inspection panel to find no access anywhere. Finally made a long grease tool out of a copper pipe and managed to get a bit of grease on the slew motor gears from down below through the bottom plate in the undercarriage. They were dry. Had to go "by feel", so got a bit of grease on the ring gear. But still haven't figured out how to grease the slew bearings. Are they permanently sealed? I'm thinking of drilling a hole in the retainer plate, and tapping in a grease nipple. Has anyone done this?

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