Topic: Re: grease guns
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|Mark - IN.
Well, I see some of the guys down below touting John Deere grease guns, so maybe I oughta mosey up to the Deere guy and buy one, because like James, I too have been through many grease guns, and expensive doesn't mean better so far. I've had some good ones years past, but they come up missing, and that means new ones because my luck has they've been one shot junk. I'm in the same boat. Deere they say? Can't be any worse than anyone else, I hope. I'm sure they're not any cheaper, but maybe, just maybe this time... What do I have to lose? Another failed grease gun?
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