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M380 (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your M380 model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it.....list your M380 Parts here too.

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hexspeed hexspeed is offline
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Default M380 PTO Lube?

I followed the PTO lube discussions on other model Wanderlodges but had never noticed any service charges for this in my coach's maintenance history (every invoice since original delivery). Then I recently saw this decal on the hydraulic fluid reservoir:
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I have 175,000 miles on the engine and the hydraulic system is working fine.
- Am I just lucky or is this not as essential on the Cummins ISL?
- How often do any of you other 380 owners do this lube?
- What is special about the "special grease" they recommend?

The only Google hit I find for the BB grease P/N is the 2003 BB LTC-40 Service Manual which references that grease for the PTO spline -- no other info about the grease itself. Not sure what to buy.

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I saw that Decal label too, But There is nothing to “Grease/Lube” on a Pto pump on M380.
The Hydraulic Pump is located on the Curb Side of the Engine and has been talked about here on the WOG.
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Thanks, Shawn -- I located the pump when I followed the hoses and couldn't see anything to lube. Just wanted to confirm I wasn't missing something essential. Somehow missed the other references to this when scanning through the M380 threads.

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