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Park Tool
Grease Gun

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:One Color



Grease Gun

If you've done much work on your bike, chances are you've also spent hours in the shower trying to rub grease or anti-seize off of your skin. Instead of covering yourself with lube, grease, and "other" reach for the Park Tool Grease Gun for your next greasy application. With the Grease Gun you can either gill the included canister with your favorite grease, or screw the pump onto the top of any tube of Park Tool grease or anti-seize. The pump uses a small tip opening, making precise placement easy, and free of excessive mess. While we can't promise that the results will be completely mess-free hands, we can assure that you'll find improved grease placement for a cleaner finish.


  • Precisely lube your bike with this gun
  • Screws onto tubes of Park Tool grease
  • Included canister can be filled for lubing up
  • Small tip opening enables precise placement
  • Item #PAR003Y
Recommended Use
bike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

May 18, 2020

Acceptable, but...

I've put it through the wringer

First world problems. I have used some form of grease guns or similar grease delivery products all of my life. This appears to be a quality built product, but it seems to have a couple of issues for me. After multiple attempts, I have been unable to effectively bleed the unit so that it will deliver a full pump of grease. When I depress the applicator, I am only able to get grease from the final 20% of the pump. My other issue is its inherent, top-heavy instability. With the given design, the base is narrow and the upper makes this top-heavy and it wants to easily fall over. If it had a broader base plate to offer stability, I might be more pleased with this.

Craig J