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Correct grease type?

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HPaulG
Qu. - what type of grease should I put in the (sealed) chain case of a tiller unit off an old Type W walking tractor? I guess any old grease would do - even the old grease that's been in there for the last 45 years - but new grease may as well be the correct format. Any offers appreciated.

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I work for an excavating contractor and we use somewhere near 2500 tubes of grease a year and have tried all kinds. I am no expert on the technicalities of grease but can tell you I like the good red sticky stuff the best. You will pay a couple bucks more a tube, but it holds on real good. IMHO Ken

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