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    Default Greasing

    It's read problems with lubricating drive shaft on2320. Does a 2210 have same problem?
    Bones 72

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    Default Re: Greasing

    Quote Originally Posted by bones72 View Post
    It's read problems with lubricating drive shaft on2320. Does a 2210 have same problem?
    Bones 72
    hey bro. i think the spell check feature messed up your post. Are you saying that the 2320 has lube problems as far as greacing the drive shaft? No fitting?

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    Hard to locate fittings on u joints.

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    Default Re: Greasing

    U-joints don't need as much greasing as wear points like pins on Fel, etc. Be carefull when greasing U-joints as too much pressure/grease can blow out seals.
    L3400HST, L463 FEL, Markham toothbar, Markham Grapple, Woods BH80-X, 5 1/2' United box blade,6' Leinbach scrape blade, Pallet forks, 5' King Kutter RM, 56" First choice tiller, Leinbach rake

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    Default Re: Greasing

    I would imagine your 2210 is built like the 2320. Yours has two drive shafts correct? One from the engine to the transmission, and the other from the transmission to the front axle. Do you have Zerk fittings on the drive shafts? On my 2320, the shaft from the transmission to the front axle does not have Zerk's, but for some reason the hard to reach shaft from the engine to the transmission does.

    If your 2210 has Zerk fitting on the u-joint back at the transmission on that upper or engine to transmission drive shaft, as seen from below, then there will in all probability be one next to the engine.

    Good luck, and work safely my friend.
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    John Deere 2320, 62D mid mount mowing deck, 4' BB, 6' rear blade, 4 ' tiller, 4 wheel trailer

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