Forums Archive Index > Outdoor Power Equipment > Snapper 0 Grease? What is it? Alternatives

Author: pancake

Date: 6 Dec 2006 8:59 am

I own a Snapper Hi Vac Rear Engine riding lawn mower. The manual says the rear differential and chain case uses Snapper Type 0 grease. What is that ? Is there a substitute? Is it some type of 90 wt gear lube?
thanks :?:


Author: ramit

Date: 6 Dec 2006 4:16 pm

Welcome to the Forum.

Hang in there, I'm sure someone in the know will pop in with some help.
Some times it takes a day or so.


Author: jodyand

Date: 6 Dec 2006 6:28 pm

Well it called "00" grease and i don't think they have a substitute. It is a flowable type grease. Thats about the best i can explain it. You can buy it at your Snapper dealer or just about any place that deals with lawn mower parts.


Author: robmints

Date: 6 Dec 2006 6:51 pm

http://www.jetlube.com/NewFiles/nlgic.html

It's grease not oil. 0 is thinnish but not oil.