Liquid grease spray will work it's way out as easily as it worked it's way in unless you apply it regularly. Plan to remove the bearings. You can repack them again by hand. I've done many of them by popping out the seals using a seal pick. This can be done without damaging the seal so it can be reused. Many of these bearings still contain a small amount of grease so clean them well. After cleaning check by feeling for abnormal bearing surfaces and sound. If all is well you will get a lot more life from them.
This post was edited by mdtractormechanic at 12:08:58 11/20/12.
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