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    Platinum Member bironacad's Avatar
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    Default Best pneumatic grease gun and procedures?

    I have 208 hours on my tractor now and have been greasing it and my attachments regularly. I purchased an air grease gun from Princess Auto and it has been nothing but trouble. I get halfway through a tube of grease and it stops pumping and now the hose has a rupture. What are you using and recommend and thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Best pneumatic grease gun and procedures?

    I have only had the Lincoln a coulple month, so far so good.

    Had an import that used for around 30 years and it finally wore out!!

    I still grease a lot with a hand gun, most fittings on the tractor and drive lines only need one or two pumps anyway.

    For hard to reach, auto, truck, implement like my old disk, I use the air with hose extension.

    The old disk will eat a tube of grease in short order.
    Kevin

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    Default Re: Best pneumatic grease gun and procedures?

    Get a battery powered one, no hoses to mess around with, will last a long time on one charge.

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    Default Re: Best pneumatic grease gun and procedures?

    I like the cordless grease guns. I had a Lincoln for about 10 yrs. and recently replaced it with a Milwaukee. I like the Milwaukee beter. I use these at work and go through probably 10-15 tubes per week.
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    Default Re: Best pneumatic grease gun and procedures?

    I've got a Milwaukee M12 cordless (Milwaukee Tool | Grease Guns | M12™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION Grease Gun). Works great for my few machines that need greasing.

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    Default Re: Best pneumatic grease gun and procedures?

    Quote Originally Posted by FinallyGreen View Post
    I've got a Milwaukee M12 cordless (Milwaukee Tool | Grease Guns | M12™ Cordless LITHIUM-ION Grease Gun). Works great for my few machines that need greasing.
    Had not considered it, how are they in the cold. Thanks
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