Difference between revisions of "Synthetic axle and wheel bearing lube"

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Reduces internal bearing friction leading to less energy being absorbed as heat. Also increases bearing life. Most effective for vehicles driven in cold climates where conventional lubricant viscosity increases as ambient temperatures fall.

Instructions for mod

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Information required: A listing for different ways to do this if its different on different types of cars

User experiences

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User Name Car Make, Model, Year Cost of Mod Time to Perform Mod MPG Before Mod MPG After Mod MPG improvement guess Instruction Link
Example Data Saand Example Data Mazda, 626, 1991 Example Data $5 USD Example Data 1 Hour Example Data 27.2 Example Data 29.8 User mod detail or measurement detailed data
kir_kenix 1997 Chevy s10 2.2 $7 no extra time 26 26 No FE gain noticed. However I do plan on doubling the service interval.

Problems / Consequences of mod

-Possible damage to bearings due to lubricant leaking out of bearing or water entering previously sealed bearings


Forum thread links

Wheel bearing grease

External links