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 04-15-2005, 11:17 Post: 109878
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 Grease types

I have a TC30 and some other Woods equipment.

This may be a dumb question, but I had no idea there were so many different kinds of grease.

What is a good high temperature, lithium, moly to use on both tractor, loader, and implements? I suspect one of the Shell products would be a good way to go, but which one?






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 04-15-2005, 13:03 Post: 109883
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 Grease types

Since your preference seems to be for Shell products. Try the Shell Retinax® Greases LC. Shell also makes Retinax® Greases CMX and SDX which is a cheaper non-water resistant grease as well. For the most part, any decent quality lithium EP grease will do the job.







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 04-15-2005, 16:34 Post: 109894
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 Grease types

grease has a grading index
I believe all factory specs for loaders and high load bearing fulcrum points list at least a ngli #2
the last thing you want to do is prematurly wear out your pins and eyes on your equipement
any grease is cheaper than that !!!!!!
I use nothing less than a #3 synthetic:mobil,cat,amsoil,shell,syntec
synthetic grease is "stickyier" keeping water out and has a higher
shock load /shear rate preventing "hammering"the grease out of the joint causing metal contact{wear}.
The grease I use can be pumped when its cold out not like soap/oil or lithium based types.






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 04-15-2005, 19:00 Post: 109897
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 Grease types

If you grease on the recommended intervals any #2 high "PRESSURE" grease will work for your loader and any pivoting points. for high speed rotating parts such as mower spindle you will want a high temp grease. Grease has to meet certain standards to reach each grade so buy the most expensive #2 high temp grease will not on most cases make any difference than buying a lower priced grease of the same grade. You will probably use more grease than oil so there is in my opinion no need to go broke buying it. Just follow the manufactures time charts.






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