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Grease fitting on steering mechanism

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GrincheyOne

Roy,

"Huffy" Chris Huffman installed angled zerks on his steering, when he rebuilt his Landlord. I just checked the steering parts box from my '88

2110, and there are no zerks to be seen. However, there is a 1/4-20 setscrew (BB) on the casting (BC) with the needle bearing, this threaded hole can be used for a zerk (temporary). See the IPL for the lubrication instructions.dOd

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