Resurrected from the deep.
I am a newby to the forum. I have quite story, but to be brief, after an ice fishing trip gone bad last January, my Rhino spent 10 days on the bottom of the Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Wyoming. We also deep 6's a Grizzly. Good news is all 4 of us survived the ordeal and are now busy trying to get the equipment back in shape. After some routine maintenance, I have been able to get the Rhino operate just fine-it runs good and has all the same sqeecks and noises it made before it went in the drink. My dealer is telling me though, that the clutch is probably full of water and should be repacked. I pulled into the clutch and everything seems normal. The grease seems to be in good shape but I am unsure of what it should look like. The grease is mostly around the outside edge of the drum. What should I be looking for here and how much grease if any should I pack into this thing, or should I leave it be?