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In Reply to: Re: front axle lubrication posted by Steve Seaman on Thursday, April 05, 2018:
Steve in the case of KUBOTA I personally can not see any advantage. Here is why from the wheels back to the shift collar is already turning , just not under load. The shift collar is in the transmission which is also in oil so really not anything short of say the lever down to the collar that one would exercise. Certainly nothing against putting it in gear ever now and then but not any real benefits. On something like a 4 wheel truck with lock out hubs the drive shafts, and associated parts are not turning so might be more help to lock those in ever now and then.
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