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Lincoln Lubrication 1134 Heavy Duty Pistol Grip Grease Gun with Whip Hose and Rigid Pipe

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  • Rugged cast pump head for strength and durability.
  • Jam-proof toggle mechanism prevents binding or accidental bending of plunger.
  • Extra-heavy follower spring insures positive priming and uninterrupted pumping action.
  • Accessible check valve allows easy cleaning without gun disassembly.
  • Precision fit and hardened plunger prevents lubricant bypass, resists scoring for longer life.
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Lincoln Lubrication 1134 Heavy Duty Pistol Grip Grease Gun with Whip Hose and Rigid Pipe + Royal Purple 01312 NLGI No. 2 High Performance Multi-Purpose Synthetic Ultra Performance Grease - 14.5 oz. + Lincoln Lubrication G160 Grease Gun Holder
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Technical Details
BrandLincoln Lubrication
Item Weight3.7 pounds
Product Dimensions7.7 x 16.1 x 2.8 inches
Item model numberLNC 1134
Manufacturer Part Number1134
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002NYDZ8
Best Sellers Rank #444 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableJune 28, 2006
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

Extra-heavy-duty pistol grip grease gun. Cast head design. Jam proof handle return mechanism. Develops up to 7500 psi. Includes both 18" whip hose with coupler and 6" rigid tube. Variable stroke/pressure design.


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Customer Reviews

IMO you can't go wrong in buying this grease gun!
Richard E. Tracy, MD
A couple of zerks were slightly tight but as someone else mentioned, a firm tug on the coupler and it came right off.
J. Lowes
The grease gun was manufactured in India; it appears to be well designed and of good quality.
William Baker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By OhioCold on March 4, 2010
I just purchased this model and it is excellent.

As noted by others it is made in India. The hose is made in Germany. The product is very well made and obviously well engineered. I do not feel the countries of origin are at all an issue in that the product is being manufactured to a visibly high standard.

I did initially have issue with the coupler as others had stated and I wanted to make clear to everyone that once it becomes clear how the coupler works, it is a very good coupler. To note: I've never seen a coupler like this before.

As someone else did note, but I feel not as clearly as some may require, the coupler is in fact two pieces and you must loosen the pieces to allow the coupler room to engage and even lock the coupler onto a zerk.

The knurled (etched/ridged/hash patterned) area can simply be held with pliers while a wrench is used to loosen the female treaded 1/8" NPT. Again to some this coupler may appear to be a single forged piece, it is not.
Leave the coupler loosely treaded and adjust as necessary once fitted onto the zerk. You can tighten the coupler onto a zerk and yes, it will not come off if you cannot grip the knurled section well enough, but one need not tighten the coupler on the zerk that much to deliver grease leak free.

Left off one star because the instructions could be much, much better.
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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Sandi Robinson on July 17, 2008
I bought an 1134 from Amazon and it is not Made In USA. On to the coupler... there is nothing in the user manual about how it works. And good luck getting any help from Lincoln!

The coupler knurled section is tightened for shipping and you need to break it loose before you use it. It will go on and pull off the zerk until you pump grease and then it will not let go until you back off the knurled section. Don't try it on a zerk that is in a pocket that prevents you from getting your fingers on the knurled section or you may never get it off the zerk. When you have the coupler on a zerk as you rotate the knurled section you can feel the change in how it grips the zerk from locked on to loose and removable.

This feature? may be nice because you don't have to hold it on to the zerk and it will allow very high pressure. But if you need to use it in an area like a U-joint with a zerk that is deep in the spider, and you can't get to the knurled section of the coupler, you have to find a setting that will allow you to pull the coupler off and still seal to the zerk enough to push grease in and not just splooge all over. Pushing the coupler against the zerk while you pump does not seal at all.

Also, if you don't uncock the cartridge spring it pushes the oil portion of the grease out the nifty Lincoln Grease Gun Filler Pump Nipple on the head.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Richard E. Tracy, MD on December 22, 2007
I'm glad I bought this grease gun. I've used 3 cartridges so far, and this gun looks and feels like it will last for many years. The 1134's cast metal head appears to be an improvement on other models, as there's less exposed moving parts that can get fouled with grease/dirt. IMHO the rigid pipe is a "throw away", as the rubber hose assembly works in more places. I also splurged and bought two (wall mounting) grease gun clamps (Lincoln Brand) for my 2 Grease guns. These Lincoln brand clamps do hold the guns securely,and hold the guns about an inch from the mounting surface, which is good for getting less grease on the garage wall. I mounted the Grease gun clamps on short lengths of 2X6 wood stock, and added a flat board (1" stock) to the bottom of the 2X6 piece,to act as a 'grease drip tray'. Two Lag bolts attach the 2X6 to the wall stud in my garage and "Voila", I've got the guns ready to go,up off the floor, and at much less risk of breaking a hose due to being stepped on. In any case,this pistol grip design is easier to use over the lever action grease guns, and allows you to have a "free hand" to tend to the grease coupler,if the occasion arrises (and it will!). IMO you can't go wrong in buying this grease gun! It is easier to use than the lever action guns and I see no downside to its pistol action. The hose assembly that comes with it appears sturdy, and Lincoln has parts and various fittings for this gun, in case anything (like a hose or coupler) eventually does break, or you need a specialized coupler for a hard to reach zerk fitting.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By RoamingDoc on May 13, 2012
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Gave it a four "only" because of the "coupler." The quality of this India made grease gun is (and
especially when compared to many on the market today) OUTSTANDING. The threads are all distinct and
screw on and off (coming to coupler) properly and without wiggle or sway. The rubber on the lube
extender is thick, looks like excellent quality.

Instructions - well certainly the 'coupler' issue is NOT present and perhaps it should say something
like this, "NO Matter what it looks like, the coupler is 'two pieces' and you have to undo them for
adjustment of zerk fitting coupling pressure." The knurled portion of the coupler (that would be
the part that presses onto the zerk) appears even upon "close" examination to be one with the hexagon
nutted female end of the coupler. I decided to put that INTO A VICE with a RUBBER pad to avoid damage
and used a wrench to 'undo' (common counterclockwise)and separate the two pieces. TO REITERATE, the
parts LOOK like they are ONE PIECE (and I even thought perhaps the company had made a change in the
design and made it one piece - I looked at it with a magnifying glass and still it was very hard to
see the separation!) but THE COUPLER AND HEXAGON FEMALE THREADED END ARE TWO PIECES. You must loosen
them to have play for attachment to zerk fittings.

I had no issues with releasing 'pressure' in the tube. I have no issues with a tube type insert and
obtaining a smooth flow of grease. The plunger is 'tight' and moves smoothly but a bit of force is
needed to pull it ALL THE WAY out and 'slip/slide' it into the retaining notch when putting in a new
tube. Remember to remove the 'caps' on the grease module.

I have recently returned two competing makers grease guns.
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