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it depend of what is the technical data of Shell grease you want to replaced,
check the base oil and thickener so that you have the basis
when you change the grease.
Sometimes there is a case they replaced the old grease and the basis is the technical data of old grease but the problem still occurred what they found out that the old grease is not compatible with the application.
You have to consider the temperature, speed, load and so on.
RM
Not sure what you want based on the original question. There is a chart at http://www.graco.com/content/d...40580/340580EN-A.pdf that lists several types of grease, with Shell Products included in the listing, as well as many others commonly available in the USA.

By the way, the chart I reference was found by using Google and the simple search terms "shell grease cross reference". There may be a lot more info out there suitable to your needs so let Google be your friend!
RM

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