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Old 12-28-2019, 05:02 PM #1
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Hi, question about Total Chaos UCA. Do you grease the bushings with the wheel on or off. I just did mine with it off. not sure if i did it right.
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Hi, question about Total Chaos UCA. Do you grease the bushings with the wheel on or off. I just did mine with it off. not sure if i did it right.
Well, to me, most important is loosening the through bolt nut so when you pump the grease in you get a uniform purge. The easiest way to loosen the through bolt hardware is to have the wheel off.

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Polyurethane Bushings:Poly bushings can and will make some noise. They offer many benefits vs. a factory style rubber bushing. To reduce as much noise as possible, TC uses a synthetic grease that contains PTFE called Superlube (No. 41150). If Superlube is not readily available use a good synthetic grease (Mobil 1, Valvoline, etc.).When greasing your pivot bushings on the vehicle it is very important not to force too much grease into the zerk fittings. This will cause excess pressure to become trapped in the pivot and will result in mushrooming the bushing shoulders out of the pivots. To prevent this, first loosen the factory bolt that holds the arms to the frame and separate the washers from the face of the bushings when applicable. This will allow any excess pressure and grease to escape. Don’t forget to re-torque the factory bolt when you are finished to a factory torque specification!
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When you re toque, you do 85 lbf as Total chaos recommend or 115 lbf as manufacture
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85lbf it is the same as OE. You are looking at Newton meters (which is 115) not foot pounds.
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i just jack the vehicle up, loosen thru bolt, grease, lower vehicle, torque thru bolt on my DK uppers. could access everything without removing the wheel
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Why would you jack up the the vihecle for that
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i just jack the vehicle up, loosen thru bolt, grease, lower vehicle, torque thru bolt on my DK uppers. could access everything without removing the wheel
I do it when I rotate tires.
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I do it when I rotate tires.
sh1tttttttttt now thats using your noggin
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