Having removed, had rebuilt and reinstalled the Moss box on my 1953120DHC this past summer I noticed a bit of movement in the clutch pivot shaft while adjusting the new clutch. Removal of the shaft on Christmas day (well, social isolation meant no family visiting so…) revealed that the bearings (C3255) were showing signs of wear as was the shaft itself (C4035). Hardly surprising after 67 years and countless thousands of shifts and yes, I probably should have done this while the box was out, but we all know about hindsight. While currently awaiting replacement parts I wonder what the listers do regarding the lubrication of these bearings? The manual identifies a boot to retain grease that fits over the cup attached to the bell housing for the inner one and ‘O’ rings to do the same for the outer one. Does one simply coat them with grease prior to refitting on the shaft and if so any particular shade of grease? Also, should there be any ongoing lubrication done at specific intervals? The old one had the hardened remains of what appeared to be chassis grease on it when I got it out. Thanks.