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Rear sway bar grease zerks/fittings


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So I tried to grease the rear sway bar grease zerks today. The grease was exiting around the zerk so I attempted to pop the gun off and clean it up. When I did this, the zerk/fitting came out in the gun.. this happened on both sides and I was not being aggressive. Is this just a quality control issue or what? I threaded both back In snug.. 

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they are just threaded in and you can put them back in

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1 hour ago, dirtco said:

they are just threaded in and you can put them back in

Yeah I understand that, but why would they come out so easy? 

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They were not screwed in properly to begin with?🤔

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32 minutes ago, Andystoy19 said:

They were not screwed in properly to begin with?🤔

I threaded them back in snug. Kinda weird that they would both be that loose. Doesn't inspire confidence. 

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Best to remove the entire sway-bar anyway. Much better ride

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