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    tip for drive shaft houseing

    what kinda of tip do you guys use 2 lube the hull houseing ?

    iv used my regular gun and it just doesnt do anything ,

    im thinking thats why im haveing a little water in the hull


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    You could change the fitting for a zirk type.

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    how does one do this ? plyers and just thread it out ?

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    Uh wrench would probably be easier??
    I know you can still buy the tip at just about any auto parts store as well.

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    unscrew the fitting and install a zerk greese fitting. I use Amsoil's marine grease to lube it. Works really well.

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