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Air powered grease gun


LawnSite Bronze Member
Does anyone out there use an air powered grease gun as opposed to the manual pump kind.If so,do they work ok or should I stick wth the traditional kind. Thanks for any help.


LawnSite Silver Member
dirty jersey
tj: back when i mowed lawns i picked up new a lincon air operated grease gun that mounted on a 35 lb tub on wheels.
it cut my grease time in half the cost at the time was 475.00. i had a air hand gun ,it was a pain you had to change the 14oz cartrige all the time

We use an air operaterated grease gun and we like it a lot. It is the lincoln brand and takes the same size cartridge that the full size hand ones take. It cost around $70.00 and I think it was well worth it but I also keep a hand one around to use on fittings that you can't get to with the fixed end.


LawnSite Bronze Member
Pittsburgh, Pa
I thought you could get the flexible tubes on the air grease guns along with the fixed??


LawnSite Platinum Member
I saw a 14 volt cordless grease gun in a catalog. I wonder if its any good?


Stafford Va.
We have both
The air powered is great and with the flex hose your have no problem.
Home Depot have them for about 25.00 but you may get what you pay for


LawnSite Member
I got an air power gun from Auto Zone for $30.00 with flex hose. Works good, got 2 years on it, not much can break on them.

Eric ELM

Husband, Father, Friend, Angel
Chicago, IL USA
Well, I got my new air grease gun today and like it a lot. With my bum shoulder I had problems greasing, but not now. I got one at Auto Zone and it was $35 for the Lincoln. It so happened my new DC was due for a grease job, so I tried it out as soon as I got it filled up. :)