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Powerbuilt Deluxe Bearing Packer

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This deluxe plastic bearing packer helps you quickly and easily pack your vehicle's bearings. The bearing packer will attach to any standard grease gun coupler. Clear tool cavity prevents leaking. Fastest Shipping and Guaranteed Lowest Prices for Powerbuilt Deluxe Bearing Packer. Read our customer reviews of Powerbuilt lubricants sealants adhesives. Call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service or order your lubricants sealants adhesives part number ALL647646 by Powerbuilt online at etrailer.com.
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Powerbuilt Lubricants Sealants Adhesives - ALL647646

  • Bearing Packer
  • Greasing Tools
  • Powerbuilt

This deluxe plastic bearing packer helps you quickly and easily pack your vehicle's bearings. The bearing packer will attach to any standard grease gun coupler. Clear tool cavity prevents leaking.


Features:

  • Bearing packer packs the bearings on your vehicle quickly and easily
    • Works with standard grease gun couplers
    • 1-Person operation
  • Clear tool cavity contains the grease and prevents it from leaking
  • Durable ABS and PP plastic construction
  • Bright blue color


Specs:

  • Bearing capacity: up to 3-1/2" outside diameter


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Video of Powerbuilt Deluxe Bearing Packer

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Video Transcript for Review of Powerbuilt Lubricants Sealants Adhesives - Greasing Tools - ALL647646

Hello everybody. This is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today, we're gonna take a look at this Powerbuilt deluxe bearing packer. Now this deluxe plastic bearing packer will help you quickly and easily pack your vehicle's bearings without getting grease everywhere. It is a nice, one-person operation. And what's nice is this bearing packer will attach to any standard grease gun coupler.

You can see right up the top here, has a zerk fitting that a grease gun would attach to. And it has a nice, clear tool cavity, which will contain the grease and prevent it from leaking. These parts are a durable ABS and PP plastic construction. Now, they are designed to work on bearings up to 3 1/2 inches with outside diameter. Does also come with this nice dust cover to prevent dirt and debris from getting into the grease.

Comes with a nice set of instructions that'll describe how to do it. But basically, what you can see, there's the bottom portion right here. And they do have nice O-ring seals even here to prevent the grease from getting all over. And on the top portion, has the nice O-ring also. So basically, what you'll do is drop your bearing right in over that post.

Put this up on there. Once you get it in there, and then you'll just go ahead and tighten this down. And you snug it down all the way until it's over the bearing, has pressure on it. And then again, attach your grease gun to there and pump grease in there. And you'll know it's full when there's a little hole right in here in the top portion.

When the grease starts coming out that little bitty hole, then you know it's filled up. Then all you have to do is loosen this, and then take your bearing out, it'll be all packed. You won't have mess all over your hands or all over your shop. But it's a very nice feature. Like I mentioned, comes with this nice dust cover that'll fit over there when you're not using it to keep any dirt or debris from getting onto the grease. But that should do it for the review on this Powerbuilt deluxe bearing packer..


Customer Reviews

Powerbuilt Deluxe Bearing Packer - ALL647646

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (29 Customer Reviews)

This deluxe plastic bearing packer helps you quickly and easily pack your vehicle's bearings. The bearing packer will attach to any standard grease gun coupler. Clear tool cavity prevents leaking.

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Easiest way I have found to pack wheel bearings unless you have someone else do it.



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The Packer makes greasing barings fast and easy.



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Great product. Makes packing bearings a LOT easier and faster. Couple this with an electric grease gun and bearings are packed in minutes. Great tool.



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I have been in business for over 30 years and a hobby of mine is I look at different company operations thinking what could be done to improve their service and etrailer.com does it right. From tracking your order, emails and videos on products you just purchased. This allows you all the information you need to install you parts right the first time. Great Job!



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I wasn't a big fan of this product. I followed the directions and I ended up with grease packed on the outside of my bearings and none of it ended up on the inside where you need it. I tried it with 2 bearings and then gave up and packed the rest by hand. Next time I'll try on of the hand operated ones where the grease pushes from the inside out. I don't normally review products, but I was pretty disappointed with how this one worked.



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I HAVE SPENT MANY HOURS HAND PACKING BEARINGS ON THE BOAT TRAILER. MY FRIEND GOT ONE (I LET HIM TEST IT FIRST) AND IT MAKES A QUICK JOB OF BEARINGS.
I ALWAYS BLOW THEM CLEAN FIRST SO IT MAKES REGREASING EASIER.



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A little disappointed. It really doesn't pack the bearings as much as it just thoroughly covers them in grease.



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Very satisfied with the service and products. reasonably priced and good quality. I would definitely order parts I need from E Trailer. Thanks for your service.



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This unit makes packing bearings incredibly easy. I would suggest using an electric grease gun though as it does require quite a bit of grease to fill the unit.



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Laxyman way to throughly grease bearings,no mess and hardly get your hands dirty. This works great!!!



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Just installed it. Easy as pie!! Another Sturdy product from etrailer at a great price!!



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Have not officially used products yet but from passed experience it was spot on
All items were received in good shape and I received items 3 days in advance of scheduled date to receive. well done Emily


Comments
The unit works as avertised
Roy J - 01/21/2017


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Very fast and accurate.



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Would not buy again or recommend this to anyone. This thing is useless. Bearings are important and must be packed correctly. This does not evenly pack your bearings and you must still pack by hand after using this packer.



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I have not used mine yet but my buddy has the same one. WE used it over the past weekend to pack the wheel bearings. Great product.



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Very well made, some bearings we can double and grease 2 at once without all the mess. A very good time saver



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Glad to find a product that lets me repack my wheel bearings without getting grease all over myself.



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No more greasy, messy hands. Love the product!!



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Good quality, fast delivery, will use etrailer for all my parts



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Looks great but I have not used it yet. I will use it this weekend. It's a bit premature to write a review.



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Excellent item that makes it very easy to grease bearings. Easy to use and easy clean up.



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Excellent product. Easy to use.



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Works as it should. Keeps the messiness of this job to a minimum.



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Great tool for a great price.



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worked good. Not as messy as packing by hand.


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