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Hi am in the process of fitting new hydraulic infeed  motors to my entec 30 dh chipper same as timberwolf 150

am also replacing the green plastic bearing bush, the old green bush was stuck in the roller the new one is a loose fit Is this correct ?

Does the green bush need greasing and do the splines on the hydraulic motors to the rollers need greasing

If so what grease should be used

There are no grease nipples on this machine

Thanks

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There is a specific technical section in the forum and TW do have their own section. You could posting there too?

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Hi Bolla, I asked a similar question a few years back regarding my Entec CH25 - didn't really receive good answers but the general consensus was that any general purpose grease would do - think I ended up using LM grease as that's what I had a tin of.  My old thread is here: 

 

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Any EP2 lithium grease will be fine for bearings/bushings/splines etc. I've always put it on drive splines super thin with a brush to prevent water sitting on them

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19 hours ago, bolla said:

Hi am in the process of fitting new hydraulic infeed  motors to my entec 30 dh chipper same as timberwolf 150

am also replacing the green plastic bearing bush, the old green bush was stuck in the roller the new one is a loose fit Is this correct ?

Does the green bush need greasing and do the splines on the hydraulic motors to the rollers need greasing

If so what grease should be used

There are no grease nipples on this machine

Thanks

Hi.

we had one of these chippers , there were definitely grease nipples for the feed rollers.

Bush would be stuck to roller from no grease.

Any type of grease and lots of it.

we always gave a few shots every shift and bushes were still ok after 2500 hours.

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