This is my first post, but I have been lurking for some time. I truely appreciate all of the knowledge I have gained on this site. I have searched and searched, but have found no previous threads that answer my question. I have a low mileage 92 FXRS, which is due for a steering head bearing repack. The factory service manual indicates that my bike should have a grease zerk on the steering head, but of course it does not. I have no desire to disassemble the steering head to repack these bearing, if I can avoid it. Therefore, I am attempting to find a less labor-intensive solution. I have a few questions, and would like to get some opinions. 1. Has anyone found a trick for lubing the neck bearings on an FXR without full disaassembly? 2. With proper precautions to avoid getting any metal shavings inside the steering head, is it feasible to drill and tap the steering head for a grease zerk, or maybe just drill a tiny 1/16 or 3/32 inch hole to inject grease with a needle? If feasible, is there an optimum location for the hole? 3. Are there any open passages between the steering head/neck and the frame tubes (on a 92 FXRS), that would divert the injected grease into the frame tubes instead of to the steering head bearings? I will be off-line over the weekend, but thanks for any replies in advance!