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1932 Packard 900: Grease fittings


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I now have the  my 1932 900 Coupe Roadster running!  The title is still in progress, and I ran it out of gas while tuning so now it's going to be in "dry storage" until spring.

While I was exploring under the Packard, I've discovered that the grease fittings on it are not conventional zerks as I know them, but appear to be a larger, bayonet style fitting that enables the grease gun to be locked onto the fitting by a slight twist (think pins on a twist-to-lock automotive light bulb).  I would like to know what these are called, and where I might obtain the complimentary fitting for my grease gun to shoot some grease into these.

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