Nope only those 4, most people replace them with 45 deg zerks to make it easier.
I haven't checked on my 700 kodiak, age haven't seen anyone else mention, but on the 450 there is a zerk on the shaft for front diff right in the u-joint.
I'm pretty sure they come with a lithium base grease from the manufacturer. When I rebuilt my knuckle bushings I switched to Aqua Lube, it's a red marine grade saltwater proof grease that I use for my sailboat trailer bearings. The bushing end caps/seals don't seal very well so I usually grease every 250 miles or so just enough to push out any water/dirt. I use a manual grease gun so I can feel the back pressure, that way I know when they are full of grease without pushing alot of grease past the seals. I've replaced the bushings twice in ~7500 miles. They seem to wear out rather quickly.
Yup, I use valvoline crimson, it's a red lithium grease. sticky like skidmarks on toilet bowl after a night of drinking....
Is waterproof, a hot water pressure washer has a hard time removing it. Which is proof of its resistance to high pressure age temperature.
Correct, soap base grease is lithium. Color doesn't matter.
Really, I believe along as you are pumping any grease in there, you are ahead of the game. The goal is lubrication and rater repellent, which any kind of grease should do.
I was able to get 45 degree zerk fittings in the top fittings, but not the bottom. To be able to grease the bottom, I unbolted the bottom shock mount, then jacked the suspension up which allowed me to get a grease gun on the bottom fittings.
What shocks would you recommend i buy for my 2013 550?. both my oem ones have started to leak and i was looking to buy new ones that will last longer and arnt to expensive. I do mainly sand driving and have a budget of $300.
Hello people. I'm brand new to this grizzly group. I have a question, my 2000 grizzly has a good charged battery, but when I hit the electric start button, there is a loud buzzing sound, that is coming from under the seat somewhere. Any help in figuring this out? Needless to say it just...
Hey guys, im lined up to buy a 2018 Yamaha Grizzly 700 on Wednesday and before i sign my life away i have one question to all of you;
What can the bigger 700 do that the smaller bike cant? Why go with the Grizzly 700 over the Kodiak 450 color copy by 55 printing ?
I have a few general ideas...