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Beavis

12-13-2011 19:11:56
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What is the official name of one of them jobbers if you have a grease zerk that won't take grease, you fill this thing with grease or penetrating oil, put it on the offending zerk, then whop it with a hammer, in theory opening up the zerk to take grease again. Can't think of what it's called so I can google it.




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farmerjohn

12-15-2011 19:04:21
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
I built my entire house myself including cabinets, wiring, plumbing, block and stone laying, trim, etc, etc, Something else I have done is rebuild player pianos and pump organs.



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farmerjohn

12-16-2011 19:41:45
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to farmerjohn, 12-15-2011 19:04:21  
My face is red! I posted this reply under the wrong question, it belongs to the one below......



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BigMarv1085

12-14-2011 17:33:04
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
Greasse fitting rejuvenator and they do work good



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LenND

12-14-2011 14:03:01
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
Unless it is in a hard to get at place I always replace with a new one, No more trouble. When I get a few plugged ones I put them in a little solvent or something and let them soak for a few days. If they are in fairly good shape after cleaning I reuse them.



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rustyplow

12-14-2011 12:37:39
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
What ever you call it, don't waste your money. I got one. Used it once. By the time you get done with the mess your just as well off taking the zerk out and heating it with a torch. My opinion your results my vary.



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Mike Groom

12-14-2011 09:30:48
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
My brother used one on his 67 International pickup,he filled it with PB Blaster and freed up his kingpins,said it worked great,he bought it at Car Quest or Orielly's.



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greenday

12-14-2011 09:17:36
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
Ohcrapper!



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rustyfarmall

12-14-2011 06:31:56
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Mark - IN., 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
I call it a propane torch. Just heat the zerk until grease starts oozing out, put the gun on it and start pumping.



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Michael Soldan

12-14-2011 11:56:28
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to rustyfarmall, 12-14-2011 06:31:56  
..Exactly!..I have even used the bue wrench on them.



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DiyDave

12-14-2011 04:46:50
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
grease fitting breaker offer!



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s.crum

12-14-2011 04:42:34
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
We always called them "new grease fittings".
That way you can clean out all the old crap in the hole under it also.



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36F30

12-13-2011 20:43:49
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
Try GreaseBuster. or just click on this link

http://www.greasebustertools.net/



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Dachshund

12-13-2011 19:25:48
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 Re: Whatchacallit in reply to Beavis, 12-13-2011 19:11:56  
Zerk Zapper



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