May 17, 2007 Filed under Trailer How To
Straight Talk about Windshield Poppin’, Tricky Torque Converters, Problems with Added Power, and LP Line Protection, from the Trailer Life Tech Team.
RV Clinic 2007 May pdf
One Response to “Windshield Poppin’”
I have a question.I purchased a 2005 Montana 5th wheel new. On my axles the “dust covers”have a grease fitting.I am getting it out of storage shortly & usally get my bearings repacked prior to my 1st trip. Can I grease the bearings successfully by using this fitting ? If I can should the wheels be on the ground or in the air?
Thank you for any info you can provide!
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