Rated 3.2 out of 5Â by 10
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0Â by robo339 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 5.0 out of 5.0Â by MaintananceMan Gun has worked flawlessly
I buy these guns weekly as I do service for Americas largest retailer on AC systems on roofs. We fly into a city and pick up grease and gun's for the week about 40 weeks a year. We have purchased about 150 of these guns and have yet to have a failure or issue. We buy both the lever and pistol grip for the crew as each person has a different preference.
October 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Jack I Like it!
I purchased the trigger type - can operate w/one hand. Easy to grip and cleans up well after use. I thought I had the same problem as other posters - but just loosen ( bask off the threaded tip ) the tip of the hose and the hose will release. It looks like it is designed to lock on to the zerk for one handed operation.
April 29, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0Â by Jetskiguy 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
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0Â by Tuts 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