Posted by kkl on September 30, 2013 at 18:37:29 from (126.96.36.199):
Regarding my 1977 Ford 535:
1. On my left spindle (?), there is a grease fitting on the top and the bottom. On the right, there is no fitting on the bottom. There's a hole, but it doesn't feel like it's threaded. I tried to screw in a Zerk fitting, but there was nothing for it to screw into. What, if anything, can I do about this?
2. The manual says I should grease my front wheel hub, but I don't now how to access this as the diagram shows. It shows the wheel being on. The center may be a cap, but it didn't come off with minimal effort and I didn't want to go after it until I got some advice.
3. My tractor doesn't have an emergency handbrake. Where is the rear axle level plug? Is it #2 (the lower, forward square head in the photo)? It looks accessible in the picture, but it's actually in line with the foot rest, there's no space for a socket, and I don't seem to have a wrench that works on it.
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