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CaLBaR

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Posted: 08/25/20 06:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

dryfly wrote:

So, as per my OP...........no suggestions for a quality brand of grease guns?


DeWalt makes a good cordless 10,000 PSI grease gun.


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Posted: 08/25/20 06:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

To the OP

Have the wet bolts ever taken grease?

If not then you need to remove them and find out what is wrong. When I did my wet bolts I found several bolts had not been properly drilled. Lippert replaced the bolts.

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Posted: 08/25/20 07:42am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Change out the grease zerk, and drill out the bolt
one grease gun is as good as another, most all will do 10K psi


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RCMAN46 wrote:

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Have the wet bolts ever taken grease?

If not then you need to remove them and find out what is wrong. When I did my wet bolts I found several bolts had not been properly drilled. Lippert replaced the bolts.


They have never taken grease. My plan has been to remove bolts as a last resort after trying several other solutions first. I will have to buy heavier jack stands if I go that route.

To those giving suggestions on grease guns, thanks.

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Posted: 08/25/20 10:46am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

dryfly wrote:

RCMAN46 wrote:

To the OP

Have the wet bolts ever taken grease?

If not then you need to remove them and find out what is wrong. When I did my wet bolts I found several bolts had not been properly drilled. Lippert replaced the bolts.


They have never taken grease. My plan has been to remove bolts as a last resort after trying several other solutions first. I will have to buy heavier jack stands if I go that route.

To those giving suggestions on grease guns, thanks.


I am almost sure you will find the bolts were not drilled correctly. If you do a search on wet bolts you will find the bolts that were not drilled properly is a common problem particularly with the Lippert bolts although I believe there are others as I suspect all of the bolts come from China.

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