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    Pneumatic grease gun

    I'm tired of trying to do a three hand job with two hands so I am thinking about purchasing a pneumatic grease gun. I would also consider a DeWalt cordless unit as I have several of their 18 and 20 volt tools. This is not something I would use every day but I do have a lot of things that need greasing. Cost is a consideration, but I don't want junk. Any suggestions?

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    I'd go electric over pneumatic. If you are already tied into the DeWalt infrastructure go that route, if not, check out the Milwaukee
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    The Dewalt 20v gun with a Loc-n-Lube is fantastic, you won't regret getting one. Dragging around the air hose would be HUGE pain in the rear end I'd think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maineboy View Post
    I'm tired of trying to do a three hand job with two hands so I am thinking about purchasing a pneumatic grease gun. I would also consider a DeWalt cordless unit as I have several of their 18 and 20 volt tools. This is not something I would use every day but I do have a lot of things that need greasing. Cost is a consideration, but I don't want junk. Any suggestions?
    i have a air grease gun some yrs ago-and it ended up hanging on the wall. it was a lincoln. it would not for some reason back then empty the tube of grease. so i went back to my hand held guns.

    then i got a Milwaukee battery one--it empties the tube of grease the same way my handheld ones do.

    if u got Dewalt battery stuff, go with that brand then. way better battery than a air grease gun-IMO.
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    I agree with the rest of the group. I had a Lincoln air powered grease gun that worked fine but I was tied to the air hose, got the Milwaukee 18V grease gun and I love it.
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    I have the Milwaukee m12 gun was using it yesterday works great......however I agree if you already have dewalt stick with that line. In my simple mind keep it simple and only have 1 type of battery and charger. Besides dewalt is good stuff
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    For 2 hand operation I’ve used one of these for many years. Not enough grease points on my tractor to justify the expense of a powered one. Fitted with a Lock N Lube it works just fine.

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    With my conventional grease guns, lubing my tractor and implements isn't really that bad but I have a hard time lubing my snowmobile chassis. I guess a Dewalt cordless unit is in my future.

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    I have an older Craftsman pneumatic grease gun that works well with the lock n lube.
    I have definitely been looking at and considering getting either the 20 V DeWalt or M12 Milwaukee to go with tools that I already have. Any thoughts between the two? I don’t do a ton of greasing but thought it may be beneficial.
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    Note Milwaukee makes a m12 and a m18 grease gun, I think either works well
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