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I use a synthetic grease good to -65f, I buy it a Farm and Fleet store. It's a lot less expensive than A/C grease.

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i use white lithium, seems to do just fine, keep in mind you need something that is sutable for low temp use.
 

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I use the Official Polaris grease on my sled. Call it a waste of money, call it what you will, but i paid $6 for grease for my sled this year. Maybe the other greases out there work just as good or better, but Personally i waste a heck of alot more money on some pretty stupid things such as the casino's. So $6 sounds pretty cheap after i realize what i have been wasting my money on.

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Triumph be honest it was the tity bar. Ok that was me but though I have no grease I have alot of fond memories. I too buy polaris oil, parts, and purple grease cause it is cool. I even used it in a skidoo and that sled still going just fine too.

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I use the low temp stuff, white lithium.

on my bearings (jackshaft, driveshaft) I use normal grease (it's blue and what we use on our farm machinery)



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I'm not too fussy about what kind of grease, just do it often.I use the purple stuff, I think it's valvoline.
 
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