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John Lewenauer
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Grease guns and grease...

#1 Post by John Lewenauer » Wed Apr 30, 2008 1:59 pm

Grease guns and grease...what's the best for our purposes?
1964 356 C Coupe, Togo/Fawn, Chassis 126634
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Grease Guns

#2 Post by Steve Proctor » Sat May 03, 2008 2:45 pm

HMM, well I don't know best. I have a NAPA pistol grip / feed that you can operate with one hand, as well as a Sears pneumatic gun. The pneumatic is cool, pulsates and pumps just like the ones at the gas station. Constant feed.

Of course, the latter is much easier to operate.

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Re: Grease Guns

#3 Post by John Lewenauer » Sat May 03, 2008 5:18 pm

Steve Proctor wrote:HMM, well I don't know best. I have a NAPA pistol grip / feed that you can operate with one hand, as well as a Sears pneumatic gun. The pneumatic is cool, pulsates and pumps just like the ones at the gas station. Constant feed.

Of course, the latter is much easier to operate.

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Didn't see your post, but bought the Sears Craftsman pneumatic and put on a 12" flexible hose with nipple. Worked very well for getting up and under to reach the steering knuckles and upper torsion bar zerks. What a messy job though
1964 356 C Coupe, Togo/Fawn, Chassis 126634
Enjoy some pictures of my Togo 356 at:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/8292359@N06/sets/72157603043153749/show/

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