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automatic grease system for truck

any one have any info on automatic greasers, and what kind

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Still hard to beat getting under truck with a grease gun and looking for anything and everything!

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KR talks about one sometimes on his show... I think it's called a "Grease Jockey"...? He has mentioned them many times over the yrs. It's on my to do list, but still not very near the top due to slow ROI. ( return on investment)

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http://www.graco.com/Internet/T_PDB.nsf/...

This is the system Kevin has talked about. I had it installed 3 years ago and love it. The only problem is trying to find a place to get the parts from.

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Don't forget to grease your drive line, as far as I know, none of the automatic systems will grease your u-joints.

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I'm not sure where you're located, but please feel free to view our website and / or call us at 1-866-263-1760 for all your automatic greasing needs. We are Groeneveld CPL Systems, a leader in Automatic Greasing Systems.

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anyone have any prices on these systems, i was quoted by the Greco dealer in GA, he said $2,024 for the system and 3,000 installed for 20 zerts.. i called the Lincoln dealer in Knoxville (RBM) but they haven't gotten back with me with the Quote, going to call again monday.... but i really think $2,024 is way too expensive for a Auto Lube system

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I could do a lot of greasing by hand for that much money. I did some figuring and have spent less than 900 dollars greasing my truck and trailer for last 35 years

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It's 30 bucks at at/petro so do it once a month 360 bucks a year

It would take 8.5 years minus the cost of grease and parts to fix as above mentioned just to pay for the system...

Doesn't seem like smart investment to me at all

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