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I just need to disassemble to regrease and lubricate this tool.

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NO WAY if it had its operating hours you should know that the most parts are worn and by leaking in the front of the hammer tube all the o-rings and seals will burn in a very short time in between hours or weeks.
Allways look for the right wear and tear part kits for your model and that has also the right lubrication for it.

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