Bearing Grease Tool

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My BIL found these on Amazon. Bought one for his CanAm (Red tool). Was totally impressed by how much grease actually went in the bearing. Bought 2 more for my sisters Polaris (different sized front and rear bearings!). Slightly different application. The CanAm tool fits in with the knuckle off, the Polaris tool fits over the axle. For the price, if it saves one bearing change, they've paid for themselves.
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I have these for both of our ATV's yes the bearings take a surprising amount of grease even at brand new, it's now going to be a regular maintenance thing for me to top them up every spring and possibly more throughout the year based upon usage.
 

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What machines are you using them on? I see exactly how the CanAm tool works with the twin o-rings. The tool for my Cats only has a single o-ring, i can't figure exactly how a strong enough seal is created to get the grease in the tiny seam between the races.
 

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My new Rzr had zero grease in wheel brgs. Took 8 or 9 pumps of grease in each wheel before I even drove it.
 

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Never had one of these apart yet so sorry for the possibility dumb question but what type of bearings are in there ? Tapered roller or something? And I am guessing their pressed in ?
 

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These tools work very well. Its amazing how much water comes out of the bearings after a good day playing out in the snow. Do mine 2-3x a year now. Electric grease gun makes it pretty quick, can get all 4 wheels, rotors off and greased up in about an hour. Though I will say all the tools arent created equal. Had one real cheapie that's o-rings just wouldnt let go even after being greased before going in. Ended up replacing the rings on the tool and it seems to work alot better now though.
 

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I emailed them to see if this would work on a 2021 Defender.
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Good Morning,



Our Can-Am greaser only works on the Can-Am X3, years 2016-2019.



Thank you,
 

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I emailed them to see if this would work on a 2021 Defender.
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Good Morning,



Our Can-Am greaser only works on the Can-Am X3, years 2016-2019.



Thank you,
Call Kevin @ Rapid Revolutions, he'll get you a greaser to fit your defender!
 
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