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Grease Gun, Lever, Hose, 10,000 psi
- Item # 4BY72
- Mfr. Model # 4BY72
- NSN # 4930-01-429-8359
- UNSPSC # 27112901
- Catalog Page # 1349
- Shipping Weight 3.5 lbs.
- ItemGrease Gun
- Grease Gun Handle StyleLever
- Grease Gun FillCartridge, Bulk, Filler Pump
- Cartridge Capacity14-1/2 oz.
- Bulk Capacity16 oz.
- Max. Operating Pressure10,000 psi
- Strokes for 1-Oz. Output31
- Tube ColorBlack
- Tube MaterialSteel
- Nozzle Extension TypeFlex Hose
- Tether CapableStandard Tool(Accessory Needed for Tethering)
- Hose Length18"
- Tool Length14-5/8"
- Variable Stroke / Full StrokeFull Stroke
- ApplicationFor 16 Ounces Bulk, 14 1/2 Ounces Cartridge or Grease Transfer Pump
- IncludesBleeder Valve, Vinyl Grip, Deluxe Pull Handle, Positive Lever Stop, Whip Hose and Coupler
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