If you lightly grease the wheel splines, and the cone surfaces, when you push
the wheel onto the spined hub, and excess grease is pushed to the outside, and
is easily removed.
If you grease the splined hub, when you push the wheel on, any excess greased
is pushed out to the back of the hub and gets spattered around when driving.
Grease the wheel splines lightly, and lightly grease all the cone surfaces.
> On 19 Jul 2019, at 4:28 pm, i erbs <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Howdy all
> Wotking on my wife's 67 B.
> Bought new wire wherls for it. My Healey has disc wheels.
> How do I grease them? Do I grease the wherl hubs or the spline? I want to
> clean everything and inspect stuff. But I remember reading about oozing
> grease due to improperly applying the stuff. I just don't recall the correct
> Car sat for over 25 years.
> Ira Erbs
> Portland, OR
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