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      Discussion Starter · #6 · (Edited)
      Greasing the box helps a bit. I used the synthetic red Valvoline grease for GM /Japanese cars.

      I failed inspection because my front tires rubbed very slightly and the back up lights don't work. Funny I've been using the same place the last 2 or 3 times and they never had an issue with the back up lights.
      Greasing the box is on the to do list.I think I might use this https://www.harborfreight.com/14-oz-sta-plex-extreme-pressure-premium-red-grease-40710.html
      If you lived in NY I could help with your inspection issues
       
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      I know too much about grease now... those two you listed are Red but NLGI-LB and NLGI-2... both not recommended... the Chevron example I found is listed as NLGI 1 yet is red... LOL...who would have thought it would be this difficult... of course the VMF taught me that Toploaders needed different gear lube, as these cars get older the tribal knowledge of old school parts guys is being lost
       
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