Topic: Re: EP-0 Grease
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You'll have to find someone who sells it in smaller quantities, I can source it from a lube supplier, but you have to get a 5 gallon pail, book on my old Rhino SE-6 calls for the same, I use a lucas 90wt if I recall correctly, would have to look in the garage. I don't see any 0 grease on the shelf, given the small quantity the gearbox takes, I just went with the next best thing. It might be a tad more viscous, it does not leak through the seals, gear box don't get hot either, just slightly warm.
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