I don't usually let mechanical things trouble me. I take my time, troubleshoot and work my way through whatever I'm working on. But this one aggravates me. It's the grease fitting on the lower ball joint of my 2008 2500 Dodge.
How the heck is a person supposed to get a grease gun on this?
Dang, it looks like they may have "clocked" the ball joint incorrectly, or would any angle still be impossible to get on?
The only easy fix I can think of to use a standard gun is take that zirk out, and go to one with a 45* or whatever angle may help?
The other day I ordered ball joints for a 44 year old Dana 44 front axle and most options I found had an impossible zirk location on the upper one that even changing to an angled one wouldn't work. Finally found a set with a good zirk position but they cost twice as much. Was still a lot cheaper than OEM which never had zirks to begin with----go figure!