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Hello everyone, I'm new here, my wife and I just bought some used sleds to get into snowmobiling, we have both ridden before but these are the first sleds we have owned, and I want to try and do all my own maintenance, so i will probably be here looking for help often. :laugh:

My question is what grease I should use to grease them, looking around the forum and online it appears amsoil grease works really well, I'm just confused as to which exact grease. I assume it is either their series 2000 racing grease (GRGCR-EA) or their Water Resistant Grease (GWRCR-EA). Does it matter which I use, or whichever ever one is cheaper? They both say they are good for low temp applications.

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the Water Resistant Grease is good. get a grease gun and grease all the fittings on the skid and through out the sled.
 

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Thanks, from what I read I can just grease everything until it starts to ooze out, i don't have to worry about over greasing anything correct?
 

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Either one will work. I'm using the Series 2000 grease on my sleds and other vehicles.
 

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Thanks for the info. I ordered a tube of the amsoil water resistant grease mainly because it was cheaper than the series 2000 and rated a little better for water washout. (If I read the specs correctly)
 
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