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Looking for NLGI #0, any recommendations, part numbers ??

Trying to track down some lithium #0 grease for a drive. Having a problem sourcing it locally.

Can find Lubriplate 630-AA in 14oz but 4-5 days away.
John Deere TY25083 but a bit of a drive.
Any one with suggestions on where they have found it local to them ?? (Retailer and part 3)
Would like to pick some up today.

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NAPA? Old hardware store? Older small engine repair shop? "Let your fingers do the walking"... Internet and yellow pages are some good friends.

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Kiss, Little late to respond, but I'd check your local equipment rental place. From the looks of searching, it's a Mantis spec'd grease, so if they rent Mantis tillers better chance they have it. I spent a few days looking for "00" grease awhile back and my local place did have "0", but not the "00". They suggested Tractor Supply, which did have my "00". I checked online and TS does not list "0". The numbers are basically referring to the viscosity, as you go up in numbers, the thicker it gets.
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Joe, HOW OLD ARE YOU? What are the yellow pages and this finger walk you speak of.
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I used to enjoy having to go to a book to look up automotive parts for unusual vehicles or applications.


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Kiss, I'm right there with you. I reload shotshells and have books from when I started in the early 80's. Now everything is online and you have to wait and scroll through the PDF, hate it. I was taunting Joe in good nature.
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