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Old 04-20-2014, 08:18 PM   #1
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I know I need to get the repair manual for my 05 Lariat, but can anyone tell me if there are grease zerks in odd areas of my truck? Also where?
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Im pretty sure all the factory joints are sealed and don't have grease fittings on these trucks.
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Im pretty sure all the factory joints are sealed and don't have grease fittings on these trucks.
I was hoping that there weren't some odd placement, way back in a tight, hard to get at place be needed to be done every x miles...
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agree 100% with PJB....everything, and I mean everything is sealed
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I know I need to get the repair manual for my 05 Lariat, but can anyone tell me if there are grease zerks in odd areas of my truck? Also where?
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