I have the same results with the Tractor Supply marine grease I'm using. My last tube sat on a shelf in the garage on its end-cap for at least six months before the old tube ran out. The grease inside hadn't budged when I finally popped the top off, and no oil separation either. And yeah, my profile says I live on "Hoth" but I need to update it; I live on Vulcan now. Still no separation.Im curious why so many people continue to use a grease that leaks out of the gun? Since switching to texas refinery 880 crown and chassis, and 1 grease gun with paragon 3000, I have not had a drop leak out of the grease gun. Even have a tube of 880 sitting upside down on the shelf for a couple years now... no leakage no drippage no sliding no cracking no pulling away from the tube. Why bother with a grease that saves a couple bucks a year... and loses its oil in storage?
My "go to" for all my applications is Chevron Delo EP #2. Mystic JT-6 Hi-Temp is a very close second. Can't go wrong with either.My grease gun finally ran out. When I pulled the tube, I discovered that (for the last few years) I've been using Slick 50 "1" Grease. Supposed to be the "1" grease for everything. It's sorta a green color. So, in goes a tube of red Mystic JT-6 high-temp.
You won’t regret it. I have multiple trailers using it without issue. It is my go to grease for everything but the track loader. I got a buy on the Rotella moly grease when the local farm store chain closed it out and so I have a couple hundred tubes. The cat takes a tube or more every time and I like a couple shots every time I fuel. The bucket pins get grease in the morning and at lunch as they’re in dirt all the time. When the Rotella runs out the Cat will get 219 too.Just picked up a few tubes of Schaeffers 219. Going to use it on the tractor and mower. Also going to use it on the trailer bearings, hope that it's not a mistake I have seen conflicting opinions on it.