Question about Chicago Pneumatic 1" Cp797 Air Impact Wrench Standard
Posted by Anonymous on
Some of the early CP797 used grease, the current models use oil.
To identify your tool look at the front of the hammer case where the anvil is located and look for a seal (item# 115) if it is present then you tool uses oil, the manual states that the tool requires 6 ounces of SAE30 oil use non detergent type.
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