yes, with engine prelube. Answered by Littlestown Lube & Brake Littlestown, PA 717-359-5022
NO YOU CAN NOT. It will not lube the engine bearings.
lube the whell bearings once a year is usually all that is needed
Yes, it's a good idea to smear a little assembly lube on the bearings when you put them in.
Never install seals dry.
use skateboarding cream/lube on your bearings. DO NOT SPRAY WD-40 unless you want to buy new bearings. wd-40 ruines bearings.
yep. just throw it in a jar/bowl with your bearings and shake. just don't use it for a soak, because it might start to corrode the bearings (or the jar or bowl). dry them off very well with a hair dryer or compresses air, then throw some lube on. i recommend sewing machine lube, or lube meant for bearings such as bones speed cream.
yes.. To my knowledge the rear wheel bearings are lubricated with the differential gear lube as you drive.
Assuming you have a 4+4, the front wheel bearings are a sealed unit and can not be lubed. If it is noisey or has play, the bearings must be replaced as a hub and bearing assembly. This part is available from your local auto parts store.
They are a sealed bearing and are not greaseable.
Did you replace the race? Did you fully pack the wheel bearings with the proper lube? Did you torque them correctly? I suspect you are not doing one of these things. You are doing something wrong or this would not be happening.Did you replace the race? Did you fully pack the wheel bearings with the proper lube? Did you torque them correctly? I suspect you are not doing one of these things. You are doing something wrong or this would not be happening.
Lack of lubrication, deterioration of lube oil properties, foreign particles and thrust load of the driver may cause the air compressor bearings to go.
1. For lubrication the bearings 2. For controlling the turbine 3. For sealing