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Greasing front wheel bearings

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BrownA
When I got my B-210 the front wheel bearings were junk. Obviously a lack of grease. Right now I have my front tires off my front rims. I plan on sandblasting the front rims then painting them. My question or my thought was " why can't I drill a hole into the center portion of the rim and put a grease fitting there ". If I did this I could easily grease my front wheel bearings without removing anything such as the dust cap. Puting the grease fitting there would also place it in the middle of the two bearings and races and almost on the center of the front spindle. What do you think of this idea ? Has anyone done this ? I could also do this with the dust cap but thought it would be better on the rim.

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Bunky
I have had many of these Tractors and very seldom was the bearings bad and only a few were dry on grease the should be just like a car or trailer etc. once greased they should last quite a While...

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ikipp
Get a set of bearing buddies. They replace the dust covers and go on easily. They have a grease zerk in the center and the grease couldn't be any easier to fill. I think they cost about $20 and should last about forever.

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