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I want to grease my PTO and I am having a difficult time locating the recommended Grease listed here. It calls out #379831 from Fleetpride. Does this grease have magic in it or what are the specific properties that make it the best? What is a good substitute?
If you stick with a greaseable - rubachem crimson slide is what I've been using on mine ... and what Ron used on it and his 2000.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Crimson-Sli...IAAOSwFBtdHPHc

Also, question for the experts, when you grease it do you fill until you see grease come out at the shaft area between the PTO/Pump, ... or just put a few pumps in? I've been doing the latter.
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If you stick with a greaseable - rubachem crimson slide is what I've been using on mine ... and what Ron used on it and his 2000.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Crimson-Sli...IAAOSwFBtdHPHc

Also, question for the experts, when you grease it do you fill until you see grease come out at the shaft area between the PTO/Pump, ... or just put a few pumps in? I've been doing the latter.
I grease mine with about 4-5 shots about every 2500 miles, when we went to California I did it there and when I got back home. This was the recommendation of Clark Power who did the install.
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