So I’m in the process of getting the ‘07 Rhino ready for winter storage. Got the oil/filter, air filter reoiled etc. Now I’m at the point of greasing the pesky front “U” joints. This year due to a lack of deteriorating eyesight, poor lighting, and a limited number of hands I can’t get the needle tip into the damn zerk. I’ve been successful in the past, but this year it’s kicking my butt! So here’s the question, has anyone ever modified the yoke in front of the zerk to allow the needle tip to be inserted at not so an acute angle? I’m thinking about grinding a small channel in the yoke to allow the needle tip to go onto the zerk with little angular placement. Doesn’t look like this would affect the structural integrity of the joint by a whole lot. Anyone?