Model # L345

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Store SKU #797381

Lucas Oil Heavy-Duty Aluminum Grease Gun
0843744000345

Lucas Oil

Heavy-Duty Aluminum Grease Gun

  • Includes a non-slip vinyl grip and uses standard 14 oz. cartridge
  • Grease gun has short stroke for work in tight areas
  • Creates up to 10,000 PSI of pressure for heavy applications
$2497 /each
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Product Overview

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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Specifications

Dimensions

Air Inlet Size
1/4
Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
7.5
Product Length (in.)
16.8
Product Width (in.)
7.5

Details

Air Tool Type
Grease Gun
Air consumption at recommended operating pressure (CFM)
4
Hose Included
Yes
Housing Material
Aluminum
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Operation
Continuous flow
Project Type
Air Tool Combos
Recommended operating pressure (psi)
0
Tool weight (lb.)
5
Tools Product Type
Air Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N/A

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Customer Questions & Answers

New Grease Gun

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?
Asked by: wildheel
Pull t-bar back as far as you can and then pull some more. Just have to play around with it to see/feel if rod and plunger are still connected.
Answered by: ToolRoomManager
Date published: 2017-03-13

Ca i use on upblast centrifugal fan bearings???

Asked by: Aguirre
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Customer Reviews

Heavy-Duty Aluminum Grease Gun is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bought this to lube tractor. It has an adjustable nozzle. First zirk I greased-it got stuck. I lo... Bought this to lube tractor. It has an adjustable nozzle. First zirk I greased-it got stuck. I loosened the end until it came off easily. Then turned it in a little for the next zirk. Same problem. I had about 30 zirks to go. I adjusted the nozzle at quarter turn increments and it never came off without loosening it every time (sometimes until the tip came off the gun). When it was adjusted to loose, grease came out around the zirk because it was to loose to seal the zirk properly. New tractor so I know the zirks are good. I will go to Napa or TSC and get another before the next lube job. Old grease guns we had on the farm lasted 20 years.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This grease gun is one of the worst purchases I ever made. The rubber plug that is to push the gr... This grease gun is one of the worst purchases I ever made. The rubber plug that is to push the grease up in the gun won't fit in the end of the grease tube. I spent over an hour getting this to grease four wheel bearings with a greaser cup. Total junk. Am returning as soon as possible. Will never buy Lucas again.
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sharp looking product with a well-known brand name, but it is not user friendly. I spent an hour... Sharp looking product with a well-known brand name, but it is not user friendly. I spent an hour just trying to get the thing to pump grease. Evidently I don't have the strength required to pull the t-bar all the way back, but that 1/8 of an inch does make a difference! Rod and rubber plunger assembly are reluctant to stay connected. Can't wait to lube something to check out all of the complaints about the coupler getting stuck. Don't think I can handle much more frustration from this grease gun, especially since I purchased three!!!!
Date published: 2017-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Assembled as directed. Loaded the grease canister. Followed the directions and it worked after 4 ... Assembled as directed. Loaded the grease canister. Followed the directions and it worked after 4 priming pumps. Great product..... Remember all you have to loosen the connector and only finger tighten it. I think that may even be a bit to much..... Worked like a charm.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product works flawless, does take some effort to get primed when using a new grease cartridge , and then you are set !
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great gun at this price point Extremely happy with this gun, took 2 minutes to get it up and running. One thing I will advise is, as soon as you open your first tube, grease the threads on the aluminum body, or use some anti-sieze. Personally I just used the Lucas Red+tacky grease that has anti-sieze properties in the grease. Don't forget to grease all the moving parts on the gun, it's ironic how many "ungreased" grease guns I've seen in use. Most all the negative reviews stem from it getting stuck on the zerk fitting, and there's an easy fix. Simply use the included wrenches and loosen the fitting, then snug it hand tight only. If it gets stuck simply loosen it and it will come off no problem. If you can't get grease to come out it's most likely because it needs to be properly bled, YouTube it as stated by another reviewer.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 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
Date published: 2015-11-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sorry I bought this product This review is on the Lucas Model # L345. The gun appears to be made ... Sorry I bought this product This review is on the Lucas Model # L345. The gun appears to be made of quality components with a nice look and finish. That’s the best that I can say about this gun. I loaded the gun with the proper grease cartridge and followed the instructions, but when it came to the part where you are supposed to release the T-bar and push the plunger into the gun, there was no resistance and after disassembling the gun I found that the T-bar is not connected to the plunger and all that happens when it is pressed into the gun is that the t-bar goes in but the plunger gets stuck on the cartridge and no grease gets pumped out of the hose. There is absolutely no pressure felt in the pump handle. To quote the instructions “Unlock the T-handle from the end cap making sure that the rod and rubber plunger assembly are still connected. (You should feel some resistance when you push on the rod handle.)” In my opinion this makes the gun completely useless. Another criticism is that the end of the gun with the plunger has a tendency to come off of the gun as the threads don’t seem to be deep enough or are to fine. I have had many grease guns before this one and never had any problems like this with them.
Date published: 2017-01-20
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