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Old 09-04-2016, 05:05 PM   #41
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Big thank you!!

I didn't want to start another string on lubricating the lift system. So...I just posted my thank you here. Hope that's OK. I really went to school on all the info in this string. We just purchased a previously loved 2007 HW276. I am certainly glad I checked out the winch and lift system. Everything was very dry except the winch gear sets. My only question is why do they put a drain hole on the bottom of the conduits about three inches back from the bend? Also was six pumps on my grease gun enough for each zerk? Great forum here!
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Old 09-05-2016, 07:16 AM   #42
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Dealer told me that was a drain hold for water intrusion.
As for the grease, if just keeping it up on a yearly basis six should be enough since as the roof is raised and lowered, the cable will run through the grease.
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