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Really? Ive read, I dont know how many forums, conversations, and opinions about John Deer Corn Head Grease to be used in steering boxes. Sounds like a great alternative to leaking gear lube from faulty, worn out seals. Soooo, today I decided track down the closest Tractor Supply and get me some of the good filling ive read so much about. Well low and behold the closest place to me was apr 30 miles away. No biggie, Ive got time and a good excuse to spend alitta car time with my wife that loves road trips to boot. I decided to look myself for a bit, then realized I have no idea what kinda tube or package this awesome lube is in. After ive smoked my wife on mission up and down every isle including shoes, toys, and dog supplies, I thought id ask for some help. No such item exists. The lady even looked in the computer for anything even close to the name in which I gave her for what I was looking for. Whats up with that? Discontinued? Misinformed? Or were the posts that I read that old and the hired help and the computer thought I was in the wrong store searching for a made up fix all, for seeping gear lube spots that are all over the garage floor? Never the less, my wife didn't mind the quality time together...…...
I had the same exact experience that Glenns Towing had in one TS. I walked around all the aisles trying to find it but to no avail. I asked the sales help and they couldn’t find it nor did they know what it was I was looking for. I went to another TS and they were well stocked and they knew exactly where it was.
Last edited by Phak1; Sun Nov 03 2019 12:55 PM.
1952 Chevrolet 3100 w/‘59 235 & hydraulic lifters “Three on the Tree” & 4:11 torque tube 12v w/ Alternator