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Lucas Oil

Model L345

Internet #202534592

Store SKU #797381

Heavy-Duty Aluminum Grease Gun

$24.97 /each

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This Lucas Oil Heavy-Duty Aluminum Grease Gun creates up to 10,000 psi of pressure for heavy applications. The grease gun features a short stroke for tight work areas, and the base is removable for convenience. The aluminum gun includes a non-slip vinyl grip and uses a standard 14 oz. cartridge (cartridge sold separately).

  • Vinyl grip is non-slip
  • Lever action with a short stroke for tight work areas
  • Uses a standard 14 oz. cartridge (cartridge sold separately)
  • Aluminum construction for durability
  • Bulk suction loading
  • Includes an air valve
  • Includes a 5-3/8 in. grease pipe and coupler

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October 6, 2015
Brought it home, loaded grease, and the grease won't come out. The directions included are pretty useless. Suppose it's got air trapped inside but after doing all the things to remedy the problem, still can't get the grease to squirt out. Any ideas?
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Hi,
I hate cartridges. I use a PVC plumbing DWV flat end cap as a piston to force out all the grease. I added a threaded adapter and some 3/4" pipe as a manual "connecting rod pusher".
Do not jam the screw end cap of the grease gun tight. Trapped air is usually the problem. Try to run the spring rod up and down. If that fails, unscrew the top slowly to release any trapped air. Then tighten slightly. Read More
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I hate cartridges. I use a PVC plumbing DWV flat end cap as a piston to force out all the grease. I added a threaded adapter and some 3/4" pipe as a manual "connecting rod pusher".
Do not jam the screw end cap of the grease gun tight. Trapped air is usually the problem. Try to run the spring rod up and down. If that fails, unscrew the top slowly to release any trapped air. Then tighten slightly. The 5000 PSI is not on the end cap screw portion. It is inside the lever action.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by How to release a couple stuck on a grease fitting Hi, Got a stuck coupler on a grease fitting? No problem. These stuck coupler complains are an information problem. The couplers are a two piece screw device. If you unscrew the coupler halves slightly, then the coupler will release. The customer's coupler was too tight to release the tangs inside it. Notice the groove marks on the coupler for unscrewing and adjusting! Finger tight is about right. No pliers! Unscrewing the coupler too much will result in the coupler falling off or popping off under pressure. Do it right. Finger tight or less. There are no instructions about this on most brands of guns. Stefan November 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't purchase The first time I used it on my Cub Cadet mower, it got stuck on the fitting. I broke the fitting on my mower trying to get it off. I'm returning it to the store with my grease fitting still in the coupler. August 17, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Will not release off fittings I bought this gun over the winter to grease the fittings on my boat and ATV. I have used this gun 3 times all 3 they have locked on to the fitting and broke them off. Dont waste your money!!! Extreamly upset will be taking it back. June 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Complete Garbage Horrible, cheap gun. Waste your money on something else. I can't believe this passed quality control. July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works like a reliable $30 dollar grease gun I expected this gun to not be as nice as it was for the price and it even has an air bleed valve! Read the directions. Simple to use. prime up the gun with the grease. Snap the end of the hose into the nipple, pump the handle till it overfills slightly, wipe clean, pull off the adapter on nipple by pulling it sideways and out with your hands. It doesnt get stuck you just have to have a little grit. Just changed the tie rods on my f250 and lubed them up no problem. You should grease your chassis every oil change so this will save me a trip to my buddys shop everytime. March 31, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by wrong ratings The gun is only rated 4,500 psi no where near 10,000 psi but other than that it works great January 19, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Much worse than expected! I bought this a few days ago. The ratings were good and it was the only handle pump HD had in stock. It is made of high quality parts but I fought with it for 2 days to get it to work. I followed the instructions and they are very bad. Not my first grease gun. After loading the tube and sealing both ends you are suppose to release the T bar and make sure it is attached to the rubber plunger. There is no attachment like other models I have owned and the problem is this that if that plunger cant get past the tube shell, there is no pressure and no what to force it in like the instructions say. So no pressure on the grease and no grease comes out even if you use the air vent. I loosened the coupler per instructions so not to break off the Jerk joint. It took everything I had to break it free. I took it all apart to get the grease flowing and the flexible fitting would not fit on any joint. My old gun and other attachments worked. A few hours later I was able to get the coupler on but it was a bear to remove. The fact that they do not supply an extra couple for the stiff attachment is just cheapness since my old ones will not adapted to this ones threads. June 7, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great for my jet ski trailer I have the Pistol grip version of this Lucas Grease gun and combined with the Lucas Marine Grease I use it on my jet ski trailer. I am quite happy with the gun and the grease, have been for years. I know others have posted about the connector getting stuck but I researched and learned to loosen the coupler a little and it works just fine. This grease gun and a tube of marine grease is always in my truck. October 17, 2012
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