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Lincoln 1162 Air Operated Grease Gun

by Lincoln
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  • Designed with a variable speed trigger that provides excellent grease flow control
  • Fully automatic, variable-speed trigger with continuous operation
  • Backed by one year warranty on material and workmanship
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BrandLincoln
Item Weight4.5 pounds
Product Dimensions8.2 x 2.8 x 18 inches
Item model number1162
Manufacturer Part Number1162
  
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ASINB0019COQ6C
Best Sellers Rank #2,065 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMarch 10, 2008
  
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Lincoln's lubrication industrial fully automatic pneumatic grease gun is designed with a variable speed trigger that provides excellent grease flow control and the advanced pump design eliminates priming issues. It features pump ratio of 150 pounds per square inch and maximum grease pressure of 6,000 pounds per square inch. The gun's air pressure range is 40- 150 pounds per square inch. It includes 30 inches high-pressure hose with coupler and attachment clip. This gun also features a fully automatic, variable-speed trigger with a continuous operation. It comprises of an accessible check valve assembly and the gun is designed with a superior flow performance. This gun is backed by one year warranty on material and workmanship.

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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Senior on April 24, 2010
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ASSEMBLY: First you have to attach the high pressure grease hose to the head of the gun, making sure you use the supplied copper gasket before tightening down. Then, you have to attach your inlet coupler to the bottom of the handle, making sure that you use teflon plumbers tape on the coupler threads.

INSTALLING GREASE CARTRIDGES: First, remove the pump head from the grease cylinder. Second, pull the grease loader (Also called follower) all the way back and then lock it into place. The side which has the simple pull off cap, that end goes into the grease cylinder. Then you pull off the sardine like lid, and then screw down the pump head onto the grease cylinder. Then you release the grease loader.

PRIMING: Every time you install a new grease cartridge, you have to prime the gun. The quick way to prime, is to operate the gun slowly, until grease flows out of the coupler. If that does not work, you may have air pockets in the system. The manual recommends that you open the filler valve on the pump head by two turns out, holding the gun with the discharge hose pointing up. Then you close the filler valve once the air has been removed.

OPERATING: To operate, attach the coupler at the end of the high pressure hose, to a zerk fitting. As you depress the trigger, air enters the chamber, which pushes the piston with the plunger. The grease that is under pressure from the plunger, opens the check valve and delivers one shot of lubricant. The more you depress the trigger, the faster this process operates, thus increasing grease flow. The gun is designed to have a full speed limit, as to limit damage to bearing seals and dust boots.

EXPERIENCE: I think this gun weighs a bit much, but it has to be constructed of durable metals, in order for it to be commercial built.
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By fz1dave on January 8, 2011
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I bought this gun after being disappointed in 2 of the Craftsman pneumatic grease guns. Both were supposed to be "shop" quality but they weren't even close to the Lincoln.

I've been using this gun daily for about a month and so far it has been great (I'm in the lift truck repair business). Nice heavy duty design that's made in the USA! The continuous variable flow trigger works just as advertised. They say it's rated up to 6000PSI but I have mine regulated at 80 right now (separate regulator required). I've used it at 150PSI a couple times for those plugged fittings and it cleared them right out. I would recommend a regulator just to be on the safe side. I wouldn't hesitate to use it at up to 120 or 130 PSI regularly, I just don't need to.

The seal quality inside the tube is the best I've seen. There is no grease seepage past the seal and into the lower chamber. The plunger is clean each time I refill.

I really have nothing negative to say about the gun. You might think it's expensive but if you use a grease gun often, it'll pay for itself easily. Better than continually buying inferior guns and trying to save a buck. Believe me, I've been there.

One tip on the refills; to avoid losing the prime, I always pack the tube receptacle area (where the tube screws into the gun assembly) with a dollop or two of grease so it's flush with the end of the threads. You may get a bit of overflow as you screw down the tube but you won't get any air pockets. Worth the small mess to me.

Now that you've read the review, put it in your cart and be done with buying grease guns!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By John on May 26, 2009
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I have seen reviews that complain about different things being wrong with certain products. This is my first Lincoln Grease Gun. I have had several generic guns but they seem to fail after a short time. This Gun is outstanding. I had to replace the quick disconnect because the one that came with the gun was not the same as the one I used(Just took it off the old Gun). Put the hose on the gun and tighten the fittings, add your grease and your in business. The 2ft hose is great for those hard to reach places. I was supprised to find this gun works automatic. Pull the trigger and it pumps grease until you release it. Very happy with this purchase.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By D. Walker on October 18, 2008
Lincoln really improved this model over the previous #1163 gun. This one loads the same but has a hand operated bleed off to get rid of air in the gun after replacing the grease cartridge. Additionally the path of the grease does not go through the spring loaded check valve which was a problem with the former model. I have not had any problems with the 1162 so far and I really like it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By wrenchrrr on May 6, 2009
The major improvements over the previous 1163 model are the bleeder valve and check valve. It also comes with a longer 30 inch hose versus 18 on the 1163. The hose is bent in half and shoved in the box leaving it with a permanent kink. If you buy the 1230 hose for your 1163, it comes tightly coiled and tied in a knot tighter than the picture shows, no new copper seal washer. Because it's wound up so tight, probably straight off the assembly line, it's difficult to use. You have to grab it, untwist it, push on, lube, pull off, then it springs back into a little coil flinging grease all over the place. Looking at the picture, it seems you could swap the hose to come off forward or up as shown. The little plug in the forward position is the improved check valve which has the spring behind the plug pushing a ball into a seat. Therefore, the grease doesn't travel through the spring. Reloading seems easier because bleeding after reloading is made simpler by unscrewing the bleeder valve rather than pushing a button on the 1163. Grease then comes squirting out between the valve and housing which is not simple as it should be to clean up. The pump is still held onto the cone by 4 screws which tend to work themselves loose in time. The variable trigger seems to work ok. Durability doesn't look to have improved so I wrapped duct tape around the pump to cone screws and the round blue part where the sliver part screws into it. Overall, it seems to be a good tool. I'm a die hard ingersoll rand fan, but lincoln seems to lead the pack when it comes to grease guns. I don't know about the ir grease guns so it's hard to say which is best. I know crassmann models have problems and they no longer warranty tools which are not considered "hand tools". Example, a magnetic parts bowl magnet broke off, they don't consider it a hand tool and wouldn't warranty it. My guess, if they think we use our feet to operate a tool, it isn't a hand tool.
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