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Manual Steering Box Lube

The service manual for my '64 Tempest calls for "all-season steering gear lubricant" for the manual steering box. Looking for reccomendations for current lubricants on the market........

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Use regular wheel bearing grease.

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I have used a whole tube of grease in a badly leaking box.
Mostly 85w90 rear end lube gets used, as it is about the same viscosity as 30 wt engine oil.
I wouldn't have a problem with using synthetic 20w50 engine oil either.
that's what is in one of my 63's now for 60,000+ miles.
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