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Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Grease Gun (Tool Only)

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Industrial Tools via Amazon has Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Grease Gun (Tool Only, XPG01Z) for $131.45. Shipping is free.

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  • Powerful motor delivers up to 10,000 PSI of Max pressure
  • Features two speed modes: Low and Auto-Speed for better control
  • Auto-Speed mode applies grease while varying the flow rate automatically matching the resistance of the part being greased
  • Variable speed trigger allows the user to adjust discharge rate
  • Lock-on button for user convenience during longer work periods

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Industrial Tools via Amazon [amazon.com] has Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Grease Gun (Tool Only, XPG01Z) for $131.90. Shipping is free.
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I don't recommend buying from Amazon seller "Industrial Tools" they shipped an item to me via OnTrac and it has been over 16 days...no delivery as of yet. Item said it would ship within 7 days. Not sure who is at fault in that problem.
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I don't recommend buying from Amazon seller "Industrial Tools" they shipped an item to me via OnTrac and it has been over 16 days...no delivery as of yet. Item said it would ship within 7 days. Not sure who is at fault in that problem.
Item shows as "ships from Amazon". That's good enough for me, I own a lot of Makita LXT tools but I'm not sure what a grease gun is used for or why I would need it. I guess that means I probably shouldn't buy it........
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Damn, I paid $231 in may... Gun works fine for my needs. Fulfilled by Amazon? so I'd trust that. Wish I was still in the return window, It'd be nice to save $100.
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I got mine yesterday. The thing is built like a tank. I haven't been able to use it yet because I'm out of grease. It's a bit heavier than I was expecting but it has a strap to help carry it around. The hose is long, and I think it uses bigger fittings than normal. I bought one of those quick release fittings (still waiting on its delivery), but I'm thinking it isn't going to fit.
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This thing is made for mechanical and small engine grease points. They're surprisingly expensive for what it's sole purpose is for in my opinion and how often an average person will use it for. If you work often on engines, suspension related applications, this is a good tool to have.
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Item shows as "ships from Amazon". That's good enough for me, I own a lot of Makita LXT tools but I'm not sure what a grease gun is used for or why I would need it. I guess that means I probably shouldn't buy it........
Greasing mechanical parts with fittings. Most newer vehicles don't have grease points as everything is sealed. ... however heavy machinery, farm equipment and some riding lawnmowers have them. Also other pieces of mechanical equipment. This is ideal for farmers, heavy equipment owners and mechanics. .... outside of that, your average home owner can get away with a pump grease gun.
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I paid $219 last year. Get a locking coupler made in US or Australia to make it more of a one handed experience. You will thank yourself. I grease my dozer and mini-X more often now.
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Greasing mechanical parts with fittings. Most newer vehicles don't have grease points as everything is sealed. ... however heavy machinery, farm equipment and some riding lawnmowers have them. Also other pieces of mechanical equipment. This is ideal for farmers, heavy equipment owners and mechanics. .... outside of that, your average home owner can get away with a pump grease gun.
Exactly. I am what's probably considered an advanced DIY-er. Do all mechanical work on my cars (camshaft, clutch, main bearings, brakes, suspension, you name it), motorcycle, and everything else in the house and often for friends/family.

Big-shot DIYer that I am vomit , I bought a manual pump grease gun several years ago and... have used it maybe 3 times. laugh out loud

This is one of those tools that when you need it, you'll have no doubt you need it. If you're thinking about it, just move along. :-)
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Need you in my family. Or you got room in yours?
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Exactly. I am what's probably considered an advanced DIY-er. Do all mechanical work on my cars (camshaft, clutch, main bearings, brakes, suspension, you name it), motorcycle, and everything else in the house and often for friends/family.

Big-shot DIYer that I am vomit , I bought a manual pump grease gun several years ago and... have used it maybe 3 times. laugh out loud

This is one of those tools that when you need it, you'll have no doubt you need it. If you're thinking about it, just move along. :-)
Need you in my family. Or you got room in yours?
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How many nipples do you have to have to need a power tool to pump your grease????
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How many nipples do you have to have to need a power tool to pump your grease????
Just two nipples. However, I recently picked up the DeWalt and I have 12 to 14 zerk fittings on my tractor, 5 on my zero turn mower, and a handful more on various equipment. I don't really need it, but I do tend to grease more with it, so it's worth it to me.
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I actually need a new grease gun and was looking at the $20 handjobs. Not sure I need this but I want it.
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