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Old 09-27-2019, 11:47 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by JSeery View Post
Kube, any input as to why there is an advantage?
I was taught that the side of the pin that was weighted against the bushing would not be easily lubricated. To avoid this possibility, simply removing the weight from the pin assured an even application of lubricant.
Now, away from my schooling and in to the real world... I'd witnessed numerous times, mostly the old Ford I-Beam trucks wherein the pins would wear seemingly prematurely. These were on client's vehicles that were in fact well maintained. The common denominator? Vehicles were lubricated with the weight on them.
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