in 62 ford put out a service bulleting advising switching to a pourable grease.
tey specified an ep nlgi ) .. but I've used 00 ep as well as it's easier to find. I have gotten it at snapper dealers. stens lubricant.
As Dean suggests.. many CNH dealers sell a pourable ep lube.
John's bang on on the slump characteristics of the greases and food comparisons. :)
i redid my 64 4000 with ne seals.. but same sector arm and tried oil. i still got a seep after lots of hot work.. went back in witht he grease.. got too many complaints about the blue paint with an oil slick down the side.
it's a bummer when you rebuild them and the hard parts are worn enough to seep.. but not worn enough to justify the repalcement or $$$$ hard repair.