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I recall some of you homers making grooves in the bushings when you had your linkages apart. I was thinking the same thing, and since it's time to tear apart the Five spot for her first complete re-grease, I figured I would get the most recent info on how that has been working out for everyone.

I was thinking that one groove running the circumference in the middle, or where ever the zerk is located, plus three or maybe even four longitudinal grooves to distribute the greasy goodness... Is that about what you guys were doing?

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Lutarious said:
I was thinking that one groove running the circumference in the middle, or where ever the zerk is located
This is not needed, you have a groove around the circumference between the bushes in the frame already. Just make the longitude grooves (I made three, with a Dremel).
 
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