Originally Posted by Archicamper
I have aluminum wheels on my new RV and to get to the EZ Lube grease fittings I have to pull the wheels to remove the chrome cap over the fitting. I guess I need to spin the wheels anyway but my old RV with steel wheels the grease fittings were easier to get to.
There is likely a cap on the caps. On my last TT ( and on my brother's as well )
the cap was so well integrated, it was hard to tell a cap was there. There was a very small notch where a small screwdriver could be fit, and it would pop the cap off. The zerk fitting was right underneath.
Oops...I see this has been covered.
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