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Both sides of every washer, including the one under the gear. Gently massage it in, a little bit at a time. You can stop when the washer's surface has an even oily sheen. Don't just slob Cal's grease on, you're not making a sandwich. Greasing the thrust washer may give it some added protection from corrosion, but it won't affect its performance one way or the other.
 

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obtuseangler wrote:
Who'd a thunk?

Everyone but Alan Tani? :rolleyes: I believe that particular point of contention had caused him to throw a hissy fit, grab his toys, and storm off in a huff towards the great big empty blue yonder that is Sernotuna.com, spike hills clicking and hips swinging angrily to the rapid techno beat of his bruised internet ego.
 
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