But if you want it to do it's job you should use a grease that is recomended for the
temperatures and required specs of the machine. There are many manufacturers of high quality low temp greases. I use Amsoil series 2000 racing grease.
i use that ski-doo synthetic stuff because the dealer i go to has that stuff only, it's cheap i think if you worked it out by the pound it's only $6000.00 per pound. LOL
now my brother in-law that rides everywhere at max just uses the stuff in my other grease gun that i use for the lawn tractor, some people are just lucky because i know if it were me there would be something screw up.
Throw a tube of each in your freezer and see for yourself. It doesn't break down, it simply turns to hardened epoxy.................Get the cold weather formula or like yellosled said, you'll get a really stiff ride.
Use low temp grease, the one time I didn't my suspension froze in the compressed position (-20F) and I had to ride 40miles this way to get back home (not fun). Don't cheap out buy a second grease gun for you high temp grease.
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I have always had one for the sled & one for my truck & car.
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