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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Creative Steel WIDE WHEEL TRAILING ARMS in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Any kind of moly grease should do well. If you want to get fancy, try Redline CV-2.
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    Any kind of moly grease should do well. If you want to get fancy, try Redline CV-2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manofmetal01 View Post
    What greaseis recommended for these and the tie rods? Do the ballistic joints need a different grease or everything the same?
    There is a lot of conflicting info on this subject. Just to be safe I would stick to any synthetic grease. I bought a cheap Harbor Freight grease gun and put a tube of the Energy Suspension Formula 5 in it that I have marked "bushings only". I'm not saying this is the best grease or lasts the longest between reapplications but since our products come with grease zerks it's real easy to give a bushing a pump of fresh lube as required. And we know the Formula 5 won't degrade the urethane. This was my attempt to keep it simple.

    For the guys that got our trailing arms with the spherical bearing in the front end, here is the link to the replacement bushings if or when you need them.
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