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LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease - 14 oz. Cartridge

LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease - 14 oz. Cartridge

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Formulated to endure extreme pressure, outrageous heat or cold, as well as intense wear and tear. LMX "Red" Grease will fuse to bearings and other moving parts without breaking down when exposed to water. 14 oz. Cartridge. Fastest Shipping and Great prices for LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease - 14 oz. Cartridge. Read our customer reviews of LubriMatic lubricants sealants adhesives. Call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service or order your lubricants sealants adhesives part number L11390 by LubriMatic online at etrailer.com.
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LubriMatic Lubricants Sealants Adhesives - L11390

  • Grease
  • Brake and Bearing Grease
  • Standard Lithium Grease
  • 14 oz
  • LubriMatic
  • Lithium Complex

Formulated to endure extreme pressure, outrageous heat or cold, as well as intense wear and tear. LMX "Red" Grease will fuse to bearings and other moving parts without breaking down when exposed to water. 14 oz. Cartridge.


  • Industrial and agricultural lithium complex formula
    • Ideal under temperature and pressure extremes, shock loads and high wear situations
  • Superior adhesion to bearing and moving parts
  • Highly water insoluble
  • Rated GC-LB by NGLI
    • NGLI #2, drop points 500 degrees Fahrenheit


11390 LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease - 14 oz. Cartridge

Replaces LubriMatic L10320





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LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease - 14 oz. Cartridge - L11390

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (201 Customer Reviews)

Formulated to endure extreme pressure, outrageous heat or cold, as well as intense wear and tear. LMX "Red" Grease will fuse to bearings and other moving parts without breaking down when exposed to water. 14 oz. Cartridge.

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Worked very well. On a difficulty scale of 1-10, with 10 being the hardest, this was a 3.



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Keeps everything that needs lubricant on our 40ft gooseneck operating smoothly.



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Will was super helpful in tracking down the correct grease seals for my old Coleman camper. It was great to be able to talk to a live body and get real time advice. Products arrived promptly. Score another win for eTrailer.



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Perfect just what I needed



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Perfect replacement for my trailer. etrailer is only place I buy trailer related parts from. Always excellent service. Fastest shipping in the industry.



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Haven’t had a chance to use the grease but it was recommended by a Rv mobile tech I know. The 5 star review is for eTrailer’s customer support. I ordered two tubes and one of them arrived with the top crushed. They sent a follow up email the day after it arrived wanting to know if I received the package and was pleased. In my reply I explained what happened and sent a pic asking if they could help. Within a week I had a new tube of grease at no cost to me! Sure don’t find customer service like that too often these days. Thanks eTrailer….you guys rock!



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Matched OEM perfectly



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First time ordering from etrailer and my experience could not have been better!! Thank you!!



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The connection (wire to taillight) for this trailer light kit is extremely flimsy and clearly not intended for external mounting. I ended up reordering submersible tail lights to get a more rugged connection. The wiring harness is fine and the tail lights work but the connection is flimsy.

It's very inexpensive but a few dollars more for a more rugged set of lights is probably a better buy.



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Very knowledgeable and helpful. Was able to get me what I needed expeditiously and professionally. Parts arrived in a couple of days



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Its grease that works well. Notes from etrailer indicate you need one of these per wheel for filling fresh from the factory. I only needed one per axle (½ per wheel) . Looks like I have a lifetime supply of wheel grease :)



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Just repacked bearings with new seals on my 4' x 8' folding utility trailer. Customer service was great in helping me with selecting the right parts including cotter pins. All is good now. I have been ordering from etrailer for 10 + years. Great place with great people!

Skip P.

8/2/2021

good product, no issues



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You have great products except for the bearing packer- which didn’t work!

Shawnee is an excellent service rep! She was very courteous and knowledgeable! Thank you for all your help! .



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I have put over 4,000 miles on my 7,000 lb travel trailer since I replaced the bearings and lubricated them with Lubrimatic LMX grease purchased from etrailer.com.

The bearings have performed without any issues. I have since done a minor re-tightening of the bearing castle nuts. Of the 4 wheels, only one needed re-tightening.

I recommend this product without hesitation!



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I just received and used the Lubrimatic LMX grease, so I can only comment that it looks like a high quality product. I did want to comment that I was using it to pack 4 Dexter 3500lbs EZ-lube spindles/bearings, and 14oz was barely adequate. I was short a couple pumps of the grease gun. So my advice is to figure on 3 spindles per tube, or maybe to be more precise: number of spindles you can do = 4 x #LMXtubes - 1. You may need some extra for maintenance in any case.



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was just what I expected. Now along with the Bearing Buddies I can keep the bearings on my trailer greased.

Lynn Y.

5/13/2018

All is great with red grease and bearing buddies



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Good Day. So I,m not quite sure what happened to my grease. The shipping box is in perfect condition, however the contents are destroyed. All 4 tubes of grease are damaged, and not useable. Again the shipping box is perfect. Kinda weird. I really need this grease to service my trailer, I had planned pre trip maintenance for today. So I guess you can see that really messes up my schedule, asI have to take the trailer out of storage, and take it to my shop for servicing. Very time consuming. Please help ! Thanks.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.

2/9/2022

I will have our customer service team reach out to you.



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All parts arrived quickly and fit perfect! I bought a used car trailer few months ago and brakes quit working. Pulled drums and needed new magnets, it was missing spring on one side, prior owner must have got some bad service. E-Trialer hooked me up with all the parts, also ordered hub seals and grease and repacked bearings. Thank you !!!



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Performs as expected



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Would have been easier for my project if it were in a tub instead of a tube for a grease gun.



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Grease came quickly and in time for a bearing job swap. The tube I ordered had a small ding which didn't allow me to use my grease gun but Carol and the team at eTrailer took care of me and sent out a different tube quick. Crisis adverted. Thank you much! The grease itself is of high quality and I wouldn't use anything different.



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the product is a high heat grease good for heavy duty use it has a 500 degree rating i plan on doing some long distance traveling with a fully loaded cargo trailer i think it should provide good bearing lubrication for a 1,500 mile trip



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Works as it should.



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Picked up a few tubes of Red LMX grease for my EZ Lube hubs on my camper. They were recommended by etrailer as a good grease for wheel bearings. I have used Lubrimatic grease over the years and had good luck with it. The red color will make it easy to see when the old grease is flushed out.



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fast shipping. just wish the grease had some packing to keep the cap on. received it and the cap had come off, resulting in grease all over my other items. wasn't too bad but it could have really made a mess.


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