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Device Greases Sealed Brarings
A regular grease gun can be used to lubricate sealed bearings in pulleys, sprockets, or wheel hubs, says R & R Distributing, Tribune, Kan., about its new tool called the "Grea-Ser".
  It consists of a threaded bolt that clamps into a vise. You place the bearing on top of a nut that's screwed onto the bolt. Then a tapered fitting is set against the bearing with a grease "barrel" over that. A large nut cap holds everything in place. A grease gun is then used to force grease into the bearing.
  "It lets you grease various sized sealed bearings from 3/8 to 1-in. shaft size. The tool sells for $49 plus S&H so if you save just two sealed bearings you've already paid for the unit," says Roy Mai. "It can even be used to add grease to brand new sealed bearings before you use them. The zerk barrel has a large side and a small side to match the bearing size. Optional tapers can be used to match various bearing sizes."
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, R & R Distributing, Rt. 1, Box 35, Tribune, Kan. 67879 (ph 800 292-7692 or ph and fax 316 376-4039).

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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #4