No hard info on my mental prob. Logic dictates that you need to grease that end as well. Personally, I would think Moly would be a better product in the final drive. This grease comes directly from Porsche, and comes in a 100g tube. Easier function and piece of mind eliminating failure on the road. Obviously it isn't going to kill you to use a different antisieze.
Maybe they have it listed as different stock. He told me that it is a lot of work to get it back in if the drive shaft slips out from the front side. The descriptions talk about threaded parts and exhaust nuts. Honda Moly60 is simply 60% by weight of MoS2 molybdenum disufide in a grease base. It might be worth checking your wheels to see if you can budge the studs with what you carry in the car for this purpose, before you're stuck with a puncture out there somewhere.
Maybe they have it listed as different stock. Optimol T White Paste is listed as part 95815. I plan on a major service and do everything I can think of from throttle cable to front splines, caliper puck boots etc. The vehicle jack is not suitable for this purpose. I think it would be a good idea once every 30 or 40 thousand miles. Sold under optipaste in other countries. Fortunately, the product numbers are in English.
Push forwards against the U-Joint with the tip of a big screwdriver to keep the U-Joint and driveshaft from sliding back. The trick is when you disengage the driveshaft. Bob says 95805, but I wonder if it really should be 95815. Undo union nut using Special Tool 9190. I will put together a list. I plan on doing it this coming winter when I do the valves.
Above that, both materials slowly oxidize. I have also used another grade of anti-seize from Locktite that is bright silver in color and worked fine. I'm gonna do this soon. The shaft goes back in easily without any guidance at all. There was thread here in the past.
I'd think Stoddart or another Porsche parts counter. Only use genuine Porsche wheel bolts assigned especially to this model. Discover all there is to know about the greatest Porsches ever made. Then as you swing the rear drive down, the rear drive's stub shaft pulls out easily. I looked inside the car and also noticed that all the advisory panel lights were lit and the driver's window had fallen to half open. The only way I could move these studs was with a socket fitted with a metre long extension arm from a 996 friend to provide enough leverage to crack the studs open. I have some left over from a problem Ford was trying to rectify in the mid eightys.
A friend told me to hold the driveshaft in place with my hand not to let it slide because otherwise it might disengage from the front engine side. When I droped the final drive on my 05 k12s the first time there was no grease. We have to order it from Motobins and other sources as discussed above. For others looking for this product, I found a retailer in the U. If you lube splines at the rear drive, why not lube the front ones? Seems as though Porsche dealers sell this stuff as well to use on wheel lug nuts. Do I need to hold it in place with my hand? This Al base makes a difference in preventing reactions of differing metals like aluminum and steel for wheel nuts for instance. Make yourself a hook from an old wire hanger the one that your dry cleaner returns your clothes on and get that rubber boot off the way a bit with one hand.
I think they were grasping for the best choice. The product labels are all written in German, so I don't know what's in the stuff. Anyway, I will keep a pad in the shop and get a list of stuff as I think of it. I was reading the other day about a guy who removes his brake caliper boots and cleans the muck out of that area, extends the pistons a tiny bit then lubes everything with puck lube and replaces the boots. No mater what kind of space age grease you use. Starting to panic I immediately removed one of the battery connections which extinguished the lights but didn't explain the cause and had me thinking that I'd done something wrong. I do not want to cause a rehash of the merits of different moly pastes, just trying to collapse the entire thread into a definitive post.