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Best air grease gun and tips.

Discussion in 'Lubrication' started by auen1, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. mrappels

    mrappels Well-Known Member

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    thats it. I know there's no image for the coupler itself, but if you ask the dealer they should be able to show you one.
     

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  2. walkerv

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    my local john deere dealer sells somthing that looks just like that one in north carolina
     
  3. aighead

    aighead Well-Known Member

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    I'm dredging up this ol' post to make some noise about the Lock n Lube branded pneumatic gun that OP was originally asking about. I don't need to grease insane amounts of stuff but this thing seems to work well. Easy to prime and use (with tubes at least) and much quicker and less fatiguing than hand pumping. I'm assuming this could be hooked up to a keg, not sure... Build quality is nice and I think it came with a coupler and a rebuild kit. Like 120 bucks or something? The hardest part was the little pneumatic oiler they suggest putting on there and only because they didn't say how to fill it. Luckily, there was like a 12 year old kid that posted a video on how to do it. Uh, you have to twist apart one side of it that appears to be plasti-welded together, there's actually a little o-ring in there and you can't put any oil in it due to no air being able to escape.