I have a question I am hoping some of you might be able to help me out with. I recently rebuilt the front axle of my 1997 Land Cruiser only to find out after the fact that I used MP grease in the knuckles (specifically for a Birfield or Rzeppa joint) rather than Moly Grease. I used Mystik JT-6 NLGI no2. (see link below). Obviously I now know that Moly was specified, but I have never really received an answer as to the level of servicability for this grease in that application. If anyone has an opinion I am all ears.
The real reason I am posting is to ask if there is a way to add moly without dissasembling the axle again. There is an inspection port which can be used to add grease. I have two thoughts. My first thought is to add Moly Disulfide powder (see link below for specs), possibly mixed with some of Mystic JT-6 MP in a grease gun chamber in order to get the moly spec reqired. The worry here is if this will actually do anything, or if this may be detrimental for some reason. The second thought is to add some Mystic JT-6 with Moly. The concern here is if the mixing of these two greases will cause any detrimental separation (or any other problems).
Thanks for reading (and helping if you can).
Here is a link to the moly powder I mentioned.http://www.microlubrol.com/krytoxgpl205lubricantgrease-2oz57gmtube-4-3-3-1-1-2-3-1.aspx
Here is the link to the Mystik JT-6 MP grease that I used, followed by the Mystik JT-6 with Moly;https://www.mystiklubes.com/do/product/GREASE/665005002https://www.mystiklubes.com/do/product/GREASE/665056002