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these are camburg upper arms btw if it makes any difference
how imperative is it to keep dirt and crap out of the top of the uniball cup?

i notice that after going through any soft dirt/mud/sand etc there is usually quite a bit of buildup sitting on the top of the uniball cup. i try and clean it out asap but sometimes it is a little while before i can get to a hose to flush it out.

just wondering if it will lead to an early death of the uniball
 

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I believe I have seen rubber booties that fit over them to help keep the crap out, but they're hard to find I belive.
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drabnor said:
these are camburg upper arms btw if it makes any difference
how imperative is it to keep dirt and crap out of the top of the uniball cup?

i notice that after going through any soft dirt/mud/sand etc there is usually quite a bit of buildup sitting on the top of the uniball cup. i try and clean it out asap but sometimes it is a little while before i can get to a hose to flush it out.

just wondering if it will lead to an early death of the uniball
dont worry about it, the tephlon will push it out, if you want you can hose em down, just dont use any lubricants.
 

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yea, i figured it wouldnt hurt it too much, just wanted to make sure
 

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DesertTRD said:
dont worry about it, the tephlon will push it out, if you want you can hose em down, just dont use any lubricants.

What happens if you use lubricants? Does it just attract and trap more grit?
 
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