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    Elite Member thcri's Avatar
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    Default Grease Bearing Kits

    I have a very large condeser with two 15 horsepower motors on it. My problem is there is two blowers on it with 3 pillow block style bearings. One of which I can not get to so I can grease it. I know there is kits out there with hoses on them so I can take the grease sirk out and run a hose out to where I can get a grease gun.

    I have tried Tractor supply, Menards, Fleet Farm, Grainger and two bearing places here in town and everyone knows what I am talking about but doesn't have access to them. I even tried some of the implement dealers and they won't order one without a model of an implement?? Anybody out there ever purchase a generic kit?? and where.

    Murph

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    Veteran Member jimg's Avatar
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    Default Re: Grease Bearing Kits

    You might give MSC a try (www.msc.com)

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    Default Re: Grease Bearing Kits

    How about a small brass adapter on each end of a flexible brake hose with a zerk fitting on the outboard end. This seemed to be the way an old 2 row cornpicker I had was rigged.

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    Default Re: Grease Bearing Kits

    Use a fitting with the same thread as the grease zerk, Screw it in, attach a piece of tubing or small black pipe ending in a fitting that will accept a grease zerk in a location that is easy to access. Tubing could have compression or flared fittings. the black pipe would be threaded.

    You could do the same for the rest and have them all come out to a common location and do all the greasing from there. This is not an uncommon practice.

    Egon

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    Elite Member thcri's Avatar
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    Default Re: Grease Bearing Kits

    I guess I could make one. I just thought I could buy a kit and get it done today. The job site is 2-1/2 hours away. So I will just make one with a compression fitting and flexible hose.

    murph

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