Bob.Murphy wrote:paul.wirdnam wrote:Some photos of my Anstey rear end.
The grease nipple on the horizontal casting also feeds grease to the vertical king pin slider - so ensure that the connecting hole is clear. There should be a rivet on the rear face of the kinpin slider that, when removed, allows the connecting hole to be drilled.
You probably know all about that .
Many thanks Bob....and I didn't know that, so I will go off to the garage to check. But there do seem to be various differences as I saw a plunger bike today with no grease nipples on the head of the long through bolt. If you look at my photos, you'll notice that each long through bolt does have a grease nipple on the top....and that the bolts also have a cross drilling (not visible in photo) for the grease to exit into the centre of the tube. And these tubes also have a cross drilling (visible) to allow the grease to exit tube and finally lubricate the bushes for the stirrup.