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CJ-2A: Lubrication

Tech Specs CJ-2A: Lube Specifications, and Grease Fitting Locations

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When it comes to the iconic CJ-2A, every detail matters, from the paint that adorned its rugged frame to the specific lubricants that kept its components moving smoothly. In this segment of our ongoing tech specs series, we delve into the world of paint codes, lube specifications, and crucial grease fitting locations.

Lubrication Specification:

The longevity and performance of your CJ-2A hinge on the right lubrication. We break down the lube specifications, ensuring you use the correct oils and greases to keep your Jeep operating at its best. From the engine to the chassis, each component requires precise attention, and we're here to guide you through the labyrinth of lube specifications.

Lubrication Spec Chart CJ-2A:

Grease Fitting Locations:

Smooth operation is more than a testament to the CJ-2A's engineering; it's a result of meticulous maintenance. Explore the grease fitting locations scattered across the vehicle, ensuring you hit the pivotal points that keep your Jeep agile and responsive. From the front suspension to the driveshaft, our detailed guide empowers you to grease with precision, promoting the health and resilience of your CJ-2A.

1) Front Suspension:

  • Upper and lower control arm bushings
  • Kingpin bushings
  • Tie rod ends

2) Rear Suspension:

  • Shackle bolts

3) Steering:

  • Steering knuckles
  • Pitman arm

4) Driveshaft:

  • Universal joints

5) Chassis:

  • Chassis pivot points
  • Spring shackles

6) Wheel Bearings:

7) Other:

Embark on this journey with us, where each stroke of paint, each drop of lubricant, and every precise application of grease contributes to the enduring legacy of the CJ-2A. Stay tuned for more insights into the heart of this classic off-road marvel with JeepsterMan – your trusted companion in preserving vintage Jeep history."

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