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Re: grease fittings

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02-12-2014 05:01:13

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many couplers have a rotating adjustment scheme so you can tightent he 3-4 jaws ont he fitting. see if yours does and loosen it.

inthe mean time, tap a ez out into the zerk and extract.

them make a combi tool that has a grease fitting wrench, thread chase and extractor flute.. but you don't need that tool to get them out usually.

if just the tip broke. use a wrench. if it sheared at the threads.. use the extractor.

sometimes an appropriate screwdriver ( flat blade) will drive in and bak them out.

so will a left handed drill bit too.

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02-12-2014 06:10:05

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 Re: grease fittings in reply to soundguy, 02-12-2014 05:01:13  
One of the few places that an easy out works!

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02-12-2014 06:35:54

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 Re: grease fittings in reply to HCooke, 02-12-2014 06:10:05  
any really because the hole is already the correct size for the ez out stem.

many times I think people break ez outs because they use too small a flute because they have not enlarged the hole enough.

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02-12-2014 19:22:45

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 Re: grease fittings in reply to soundguy, 02-12-2014 06:35:54  
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I've got an easy out to actually work maybe 2 times (1 time for sure) in my life, and im 53 yrs old. i remember it vividly because i went running to DH shocked and amazed that it actually worked, he studied it and congratulated me stating that " he had never reached that level of success with one in his life time. and he is 68 yrs old

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