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Yes, put some kind of grease on the splines, preferably new. GAA is a lithium complex grease. I think you said that the grease you're using is also lithium complex, so you should be fine.Maybe because Ajax MD started this thread on the same topic, and he was talking about the axle seals and knuckle.
Should I just put some of the old grease over the spines and leave it at that then?
How to make me nervous. No way I can check what the previous owner used, just have to hope that polyurea grease at that time (2000-2009) was more expensive, or they did not had it there, or they did not do anything and the last time somebody did something was in the depot or or or AAAAHGGGGGHHHH.My reading seems to indicate that colors are often a branding thing.
Lithium complex is compatible with many other types of grease but not (for example) polyurea based grease such as Lucas X-tra Heavy Duty grease.
Here's a compatibility chart for your reference:
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