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  • #963827
    Vlad2
    Vlad2
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    So I got the bearings out and everything. I am about to reassemble but I noticed one thing in the shop manual for this car. It is asking for Honda M60 (60% moly?) lubrication be applied to the end of the CV Joint that makes contact with the Wheel bearing Cassettes back. Do I need M60 (or now M77 is it’s replacement) or can I just use a high temperature water resistant grease?

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  • #963829
    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    The use of lubricant is to prevent rusting and wear.
    I see no reason that a good quality grease wouldn’t work.

    #963830
    Vlad2
    Vlad2
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    Thanks! I should coat the whole back and sides of it then, lol.. I had to use an airhammer to get them out. Woohoo! Northeast Corrosion!

    #963832
    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    I would apply a even coating (or perhaps use fluid film )
    Not too excessive, don’t want to be slinging lube around while driving.

    #963879
    Vlad2
    Vlad2
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    Pardon my ignorance, what is fluid film?

    Thanks,
    Vlad

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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