Grease/ transmission oil?

Marine One

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Hello all once again, I have another question that I need to pick your brains about.
I want to know what kind of oil/ grease to use for the crank case where the clutch flywheel and small bevel gear meet. I have thought about using some white grease or blue grease for general agricultural and tractors. Also considering transmission oil just because that is basically like a transmission. 2 solid pieces of metal grinding together at different speeds.
What are your thoughts and why? Has anyone ever tried this?
 


butre

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use the thickest grease you can find, and make sure it stays out of the clutch. you can use gear oil if you're willing to make clutch pucks out of a different material and attach a filler neck to the clutch cover
 

Marine One

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use the thickest grease you can find, and make sure it stays out of the clutch. you can use gear oil if you're willing to make clutch pucks out of a different material and attach a filler neck to the clutch cover
Do you mean new clutch pads?
And I have never heard of a filler neck.
 
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