the front fitting can be accessed on drivers side and the back one is under the front of the airbox,I usually reach down and feel when the nipple is on top under the airbox,then blindly put coupler on nipple using a mini grease gun with lithium grease.how about the drive shaft
. I looked a this ideal, but looks like the shock would just swing out and hit the brake caliper ?., still not allowing the A-arm enough travel up to get a straight shot on the zerts. ?I removed tires ,lower shock bolt and lifted A-arm so I could get a straight shot at the fittings.
I think this is the type of grease needle he may be referring to. This is what I use from Tractor Supply. I use it on the regular grease fittings, but it does take a fair amount of pressure keeping it pushed into the hole in the grease zerk to force grease in without it coming out at the grease zerk.Dusty, that's interesting! I understand the rear (A-arms) flush grease fitting solution. When you mention the U-joint under the air box, what's the straight grease needle you're referring to? If it's meant to grease a flush style fitting, will it work on the zerk fitting that's stock on the U-joint?