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Ron..NE ILL..10/48
Posted 3/15/2018 16:30 (#6643488)
Subject: JD grease guns....whose product?



Chebanse, IL.....

Whose product is the newest JD electric grease guns?

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Illinois Steve
Posted 3/15/2018 16:48 (#6643503 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


North Central Illinois
Used to be Alemite. Have they come out with something different?
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combinejockey
Posted 3/15/2018 17:22 (#6643539 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


Save your money and get a Dewalt or Milwaukee
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DBindiana
Posted 3/15/2018 17:26 (#6643544 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


West Central Indiana
We've had 2 of the John Deere grease guns over the last 10 years and love them. I have nothing bad to say about them. They work great.
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Birddy
Posted 3/15/2018 17:29 (#6643549 - in reply to #6643544)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


ND

They were Lincolns, not sure if they changed.

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CEO
Posted 3/15/2018 17:33 (#6643553 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


The one I have is a Lincoln but its 10 years old.
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Byron ECIN
Posted 3/15/2018 18:14 (#6643604 - in reply to #6643553)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


United States
Which John Deere grease gun is the most reliable I see they now make a 20 V I'm having problems with my dewaltl ready to switch what are you guys think.
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Bigboyfloyd
Posted 3/15/2018 18:14 (#6643606 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


SW Michigan
Our jd gun is 5 or 6yrs old I think, it's Almiet clone, 14.4 batteries. I need new trigger for mine and batteries getting tired. Batteries plus is lots cheaper than deere for those. We did however just get a new Milwaukee gun and it's awesome. The high range low range is neat and also like the trigger lock on feature. Oh and you can tell it how many pumps to give per trigger pull.
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Byron ECIN
Posted 3/15/2018 18:15 (#6643611 - in reply to #6643606)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


United States
Which Milwaukee again do you have ?
Byron EcIn .
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1000 moline
Posted 3/15/2018 18:54 (#6643669 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


South Eastern ,ILL
Milwaukee is the best one I've found.
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Byron ECIN
Posted 3/15/2018 18:57 (#6643677 - in reply to #6643669)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


United States
I have been on line tonight looking at milwakee 2646-22 ct grease guns thanks for you're replies
Byron EcIn.
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xtend1
Posted 3/15/2018 18:58 (#6643679 - in reply to #6643611)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


The Milwaukee M18 is $269 includes case, battery & charger

The John Deere 20v is $435 includes case, battery & charger

Only thing Deere model has over Milwaukee is a grease level monitor.
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jd8850
Posted 3/15/2018 19:41 (#6643760 - in reply to #6643677)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


Roseglen, North Dakota
Nothing wtong with Milwaukee 12v and less money
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farmer56
Posted 3/15/2018 19:49 (#6643769 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


Danforth, Illinois
I have a Dewalt and like it. Just know which ever one you choose will be empty when you go to get it!
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Davy Krockett
Posted 3/15/2018 20:04 (#6643802 - in reply to #6643488)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


CO WI TX
If you buy a dewalt grease gun you can watch the video in the post below on how to work it.
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boog
Posted 3/15/2018 20:32 (#6643885 - in reply to #6643611)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?



I have a Milwalkee 18v, they don't make a 20v as far as I know I also have a 18v Dewault & son has a 20v Dewault. Neither compare to the Milwalkee IMO. Greased our backhoe the other day for the 1st time using the Milwalkee, usually at least 2-3 zerks that won't take grease. No problems with the Milwalkee.
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Bigboyfloyd
Posted 3/16/2018 08:03 (#6644646 - in reply to #6643606)
Subject: RE: JD grease guns....whose product?


SW Michigan
We got the M18 gun
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