When we had our Birfield party last winter we all used Amsoil Moly grease. Everyone's Birfields are still fine so it must have been OK. This is what Christo Slee used to reccomend, you might call and ask him. I see your truck runs on Amsoil so you have a supplier already. On my FJ-60, I used a Chevron Moly grease, since the birfields only get used occasionally. One other tip with Moly grease-don't get it on your shoes and track it on your carpets or your wife will be really mad.
Best way to use a tube is to split it length wise with a VERY sharp knife. Very sharp, because you want a clean cut so as not to contaminate it with paper fragments, which also rules out a sawing tool. Squirting it out into a bowl for use will aerate it.
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Junk,Whats wrong with the tubes, U tiny short fingars toooo small to dip into the tube to get out the lube :-* [/quote]
Me short fat fingers no workie good and prefer the tubs. Just letting folks know they aren't available any more so folks don't sit there scratchin their arse and noggins wondering where to find 'em.
Doug - good call on using the sharp knife. That's what I did and put it into a pump container - probably not a good idea since now everything in the pump will see air.
Be sure to get the Amsoil HD (?) grease for the wheel bearings. It's the red stuff. The moly is the purple stuff. I wouldn't use moly in the wheel bearings but it's not the end of the world if you have to.