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    Re: REMINDER - trailer bearings


    +1 on that thing. Works mint for getting grease into dried up tractor pin joints too.

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    If there is one tool I hate and always struggle with, it's grease guns. I can never for the life of me load up a cartridge and have it pressurized and work the first time. It's freaking messy too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxaarraa View Post
    If there is one tool I hate and always struggle with, it's grease guns. I can never for the life of me load up a cartridge and have it pressurized and work the first time. It's freaking messy too.
    How about the Exxon Valdez level disaster it creates after sitting around for a while during the summer?

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    Re: REMINDER - trailer bearings

    What are you guys doing with your grease guns

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    Re: REMINDER - trailer bearings

    It ain't rocket surgery. How to refill a grease gun - YouTube

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    Our old combine on the farm had 99 grease fittings that you had to hit before each day of use. Most difficult part was finding them all the first day. Usually go through a tube of grease a day. I hate grease guns...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falko View Post
    Our old combine on the farm had 99 grease fittings that you had to hit before each day of use. Most difficult part was finding them all the first day. Usually go through a tube of grease a day. I hate grease guns...
    Each day? That should only have like 4-5 that need to be hit daily lol. Gotta check that manual bruh

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    Yeah, I wouldn't say the seals/clearances were in the best shape. Most of our equipment was old, really old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capitalcrew View Post
    Each day? That should only have like 4-5 that need to be hit daily lol. Gotta check that manual bruh
    I know a guy whose family/friends have a "communal" Kubota tractor. His father in-law told him he has to grease all the fittings every time he uses it. And plug in the block heater 3 hours before starting it, and warm it up for an hour before using it. I told him to read the manual, seems a little excessive.

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