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  • Recommended Replacement Hub/Drum and Brake Assembly for Typical Dexter 3500 lb Axle
  • A Dexter 3500 lb axle typically has spindles compatible with an L68149 outer L44649 inner wheel bearing (you'll want to check your existing bearings to confirm). If that's the case, and assuming your current hubs have a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern, I'd recommend the # 84546UC3-EZ hub drum which includes the bearings, grease seal, races, dust cover, lug nuts, spindle nun and the spindle nut retainer. For the compatible complete brake assemblies, I'd recommend the Dexter self adjusting...
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  • Parts Needed to Add Brakes to 3,500 lb Trailer Axle
  • Since we know you have 3,500 lb axles we can pretty easily pick out the correct parts you'd need to add brakes to your trailer. You'd need new hubs that have integrated drums like with the part # 84546UC3-EZ which have the very common 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. Then you'd need to add matching brake assemblies with the part # AKEBRK-35-SA and you'd be set aside from 10 gauge wiring like part # 10-1-1 which we offer that you'd want to wire up the assemblies with. This is sold by the foot.
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  • Replacement Hubs for 2,700 lb Axle
  • Based on your photo it looks like you have 2,700 lb axles, and we do have hubs for that size axle. However, you will need to confirm the bearings your current hub has. You will need to take apart your current hub assembly and look at the bearings themselves; wipe away the grease and you should be able to see the part number stamped directly on them. If you are unable to find them, you need to use Digital Caliper # 301-17068 and measure your spindle to the thousandths of an inch where the...
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  • Replacement Hub and Drum Kit with Bearings for Lippert 4400 Pound Trailer Axle
  • A 4,400 pound Lippert axle has a 6 on 5/12 bolt pattern and uses bearings # L44649 and # LM67048. So a good replacement hub that includes a bearing kit is part # 8-407-5UC3-EZ.
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  • Replacement Hub for 2005 Eagle Boat Trailer
  • In order to determine which hubs you're going to need as a replacement you will need to pull the hubs to see what bearings will fit on your spindle; the bolt pattern is only part of the equation, but still helpful to know. To accomplish this you can either check the numbers that are stamped on the backs of the existing bearings, or measure the spindles where the bearings sit using a digital calipers like the # PTW80157. The Dexter 10" Hub-and-Rotor # K08-435-05 is designed for use with...
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  • Replacement Parts for Dexter Motorhome Axle 8-133
  • The Dexter 8-133 axle according to my contact at Dexter is an old motorhome axle they no longer make. Their tech said the motorhome axles like what you have are designed for one time use so there are not compatible parts made for even replacement brake shoes, so unfortunately we can't help if you are using the axle for the original purpose on a motorhome. If you have transferred this axle to a trailer instead of a motorhome, which is popular to do, then you can replace both the hubs...
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  • Replacement Hub Assembly Needed for 4,800 lb 1992 Ranger Trail Tandem Axle Trailer
  • I have a way to help you find out what replacement hub assembly you need, but you'll need to verify some things on your end as I don't have a list of replacement parts for your trailer available. Since your 1992 Ranger Trail is a tandem axle trailer rated for 4,800 lbs this indicates that you have 2 axles rated at 2,000 lbs. For a replacement hub we have a few different options and it all depends on what bearings your trailer uses as well as what bolt pattern you have: 4 on 4" Bolt...
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  • Hub and Drum for 5,200 lb to 7,000 lb Axle
  • Thank you for those measurements they were great and we do have the hub and drum you need, you just need to know if you need a 6 lug or 8 lug hub, as well as your axle's weight capacity, though it should be between 5,200 lbs and 7,000 lbs. - 6 lugs: Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 5,200-lb and 6,000-lb Axles - 12" - 6 on 5-1/2 - Pre-Greased # AKHD-655-6-K - 8 lugs: Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb Axles - 12" Diameter - 8 on 6-1/2 # 42866UC3 For grease...
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  • Replacement Hub/Drums for Dexter 4,000 lb Axles
  • The correct hub/drum for a Dexter 4,000 Lb Axle is the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly part # K08-426-91. Then for the brakes, you can use the Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Electric Trailer Brake Kit part # 23-468-469. The hubs/drums for a 3,500 lb and 4,400 axle are slightly different.
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  • Replacement Hub for Utility Trailer with Dexter 8-256 Hub
  • The Dexter "8-256" is a hub assembly that uses an L68149 inner bearing and a L44649 outer bearing. This hub assembly was offered in a few different bolt patterns therefore you would need to confirm your bolt pattern using the attached help article and then choosing from the list below. 5 on 4-1/2" - part # 84545BX 5 on 4-3/4" - part # 845475UC1 5 on 5" - part # 84550BX 5 on 5-1/2" - part # 84555UC1
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  • Recommended Trailer Hubs and Wheels for Axle with 25580 Inner and LM67048 Outer Bearing
  • I recommend starting with the Dexter # 8-213-5UC1 (hubs) or the # 8-201-5UC3 (hub and drum) that use the # 25580 inner bearing and # LM67048 outer bearing; these hubs both have a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern, and come pre-greased so they're ready to install. If you're using the # 8-201-5UC3 you can add brakes using 12" brakes like the Electric Trailer Brake Kit - Self-Adjusting - 12" - Left and Right Hand Assemblies - 5.2K to 7K # AKEBRK-7-SA. You'll want to make sure your axles have a 5 bolt...
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  • Replacement Hubs with L44649 Bearings on Snowmobile Trailer
  • Based on the information and pictures you provided (thank you!) either the etrailer.com 2K Trailer Idler Hub Assembly # AKIHUB-545-2-EZ-2K or the Galvanized # AKIHUB-545-2-G-EZ-2K you referenced would work great as replacements, the only physical difference between the two being their finish. Since you primarily use the trailer in the winter and on salty roads, I do think the Galvanized # AKIHUB-545-2-G-EZ-2K is your best option, as it's just going to do a better job of resisting corrosion...
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  • Parts Needed To Add Electric Trailer Brakes To a Utility Trailer With Tandem Lippert 3,500LB Axles
  • For your 2017 Carson Utility Trailer I am going to list the all the components that you will need to add electric drum brakes to both your 3,500lb Lippert axles. 4-Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 84546UC3-EZ 2-Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Electric Trailer Brake Kit # 23-468-469 1-Tekonsha Push-To-Test Trailer Breakaway Kit # 50-85-313 1-etrailer Trailer Wiring Junction Box # e99009 1-Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector # H20046 4-Hex Screw # 101131802 4-Deka Ring Terminal # DW05740-1 4-Deka...
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  • 3,500 lb Timbren Axle-Less System For Off-Road Tires & 4 Inch Drop Spindle
  • There is actually a Timbren system similar to the one you mentioned that is designed for use with off-road tires; it is a 3,500 lb rated system that has a 4 inch drop spindle and is compatible with electric brakes: - Timbren Heavy-Duty Axle-Less Trailer Suspension - 4" Drop Spindle - Off-Road Tires - 3,500 lbs # TASR35HDS11 This is for wide, off-road tires, and you can add electric brakes as it does include a 5-bolt brake mounting flange. For the correct hub and drum with electric...
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  • 7,000 lb Hub and Rotor With Oil Bath
  • The Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 5,200-lb to 7,000-lb Axles - 8 on 6-1/2 - Oil Bath # 8-219-9UC3-A should not be machined in order to be used as a hub and rotor, but there is an oil bath hub and rotor with the same bearings and seal as this drum assembly. The Dexter 12-1/4" Hub-and-Rotor Assembly - Oil - 8 on 6-1/2 - E-Coat - 9/16" Bolts - 7K # 008-416-93 uses inner bearing # 25580, outer bearing # 14125A, and Oil Seal # 10-63, which are the same as the drum assembly it sounds...
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  • What Is the Torque Spec for a Nev-R Lube Spindle Nut
  • The Dexter Spindle Nut # 6-183 used with your 50mm Nev-R-Lube bearing # 31-71-3, requires 145 to 155 ft/lbs of torque, according to the manufacturer's specifications. See attached diagrams for step by step instructions.
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  • Determining BT8 or BTR Spindle on Trailer
  • The easiest way will be to pull off a trailer wheel and hub and then use a caliper like # PTW80157 to measure the spindle diameter where the bearings ride. If the diameter is .99 then you have the BT8 spindle or if it's 1.06 you have the BTR. The trailer hub # AKIHUB-440-2-G-2K you referenced would be what you'd need if you have the BT8. If instead you have the BTR you'd want the part # AKIHUB-440-2-2K.
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  • What Is the Weight Capacity Of a Dexter D100G Axle
  • The spoke with Dexter and the code "D100G" tells me you have two 10,000 lb trailer axles. I have attached some parts you may need for the axle below. Dexter Trailer Hub Drum Assembly (After July 2009) - part # 8-430-5UC3 Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly (Before July 2009) - part # K08-288-90 Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Kit (12-1/4" x 4") - part # 23-438-439 Dexter Hydraulic Drum Brake Kit (12-1/4" x 4") - part # 23-404-405 Inner Bearing - part # 387A Inner Race - part #...
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  • Recommended Hub For Reliable BT150A Axle
  • The Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for 2K Axles # AKIHUB-545-2-1K you were looking at may fit your Reliable BT150A axle, but based on my research it may use the # L44643 bearings like the # AKIHUB-545-2-1K, or may use # L44649 bearings. The only way to be sure is to remove one of your current hubs and look for the bearing numbers stamped in the face of each bearing as shown in the included picture of the # L44649. If your hubs use the # L44643 the # AKIHUB-545-2-1K would be correct. If...
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  • Can Dexter Nev-R-Lube Hubs Be Replaced with Oil Bath Hubs
  • The existing Dexter 8K Nev-R-Lube spindles on your trailer are designed specifically for the cartridge-style bearing that the corresponding Nev-R-Lube Hubs # 8-389-81UC3 use. The spindles themselves are uniquely sized for this purpose so unfortunately the hubs can't be replaced with standard hubs that use traditional inner and outer bearings, including oil-bath units like the Dexter 8K # 8-285-9UC3 that you referenced. The only way to switch to hubs like this would be to replace the...
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  • Trailer bearings and Seals For Lippert 3500 Lb Axle on Jayco Jay Flight
  • Since the axle in the photo is a Lippert 3,500 lb axle the bearings you need are part # L68149 for the inner and part # L44649 for the outer. You need part # RG06-050 for the seals. You can remove your existing hub to check the bearing numbers stamped on the side of the bearing to double check but these are the most common bearings and seals used on that axle. You can also use the kit part # BK2-100 that comes with the cotter pin and tang washer. If you are looking for your bearing...
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  • Replacement Hub/Rotor and Bearings for Tie Down Engineering TDE46245
  • I believe you meant a TDE 46245, is that correct? If that's the case, you've got a 3500 lb axle which uses a 10 inch hub/rotor with a 5 on 4-1/2 wheel bolt pattern. You'll want to use the Kodiak # KHR10D hub/rotor as a replacement. The hub has a 21.6mm or .850 inch minimum thickness. The hub/rotor is Dacromet plated which provides excellent corrosion resistance that is ideal for marine use. For the replacement bearing kit, use # BK2-100 which includes the L44649 outer bearing, the...
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  • Replacement Brake Drum Hub Assembly For Dexter D44 4,400LB Axle
  • Your Dexter D44 Axle number 635096 uses the Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-407-5UC3-EZ that comes preloaded with the Races # LM67010 and # L44610. It does include the Bearings # L68149 and # LM67048, Grease Seal # 58846, Grease Cap # 21-42-1 and lug nuts. The Brake Assemblies # K23-462-463-00 that came with your axle can be upgraded to the Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Electric Trailer Brake Kit # K23-478-479 to reduce the maintenance as well as improve braking and extend the life of your...
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  • Dexter 008-256-07 Trailer Hub Replacement
  • The hub you have is a 3,500 lb idler hub that has a 5 on 5 inch bolt pattern so you'd want the part # AKIHUB-550-35-K and you'd be set! This comes with bearings, lug nuts, a grease seal, and a grease cap/dust cover. Or, we have the part # 84550UC1-EZ which is already pre-greased and ready to install.
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  • Correct Replacement for Tru-Ryde Hub/Drum RVD-H-545
  • The Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly part # AKHD-545-35-EZ-K would be an excellent replacement for a Tru-Ryde Hub/Drum RVD-H-545. Then for new brakes, I recommend the Hydraulic Trailer Brake Kit part # AKFBBRK-35.
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  • Correct Replacement Hubs/Drums and Brakes for a Dexter 4,000 Lb Axle
  • The correct hub/drum for a Dexter 4,000 Lb Axle is the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly part # K08-426-91. Then for the brakes, you can use the Dexter Nev-R-Adjust Electric Trailer Brake Kit part # 23-468-469. The hubs/drums for a 3,500 lb axle are slightly different.
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  • Availability of Dexter EZ Lube Spindle Nut 006-190-00
  • We do have what you are looking for but it is our part number # 6-190.
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  • Pregreased Idler Hub Assembly for 2000 lb EZ Lube Axles
  • The Dexter Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for 2,000-lb Axles - 5 on 4-1/2 # 34822545BX which is a fit for 8 inch to 12 inch wheels. The Trailer Idler Hub Assembly - 2K E-Z Lube Axle - 13" to 15" Wheel - 5 on 4-1/2 - PreGreased # AKIHUB-545-2-LFEZ-1K is very similar using the same bearings but is a fit for 13 to 15 inch wheels which is a better fit for your 14 inch wheels with the larger flange diameter. I see you already received the other parts so you simply need to order the new part...
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  • Replacement 3500 lb Hub/Drum for TruRyde RVD-H-65535 10 Inch Trailer Brake Drum
  • The hub you describe is a 3500 lb 10 inch hub/drum with a 6 on 5-1/2 inch bolt pattern which uses an L44649 outer and an L68149 inner wheel bearing and a 58846 grease seal. For a replacement, I'd recommend the # AKHD-655-35-EZ-K hub/drum. The hub/drum includes the inner and outer bearings, races, the grease seal, dust caps for both EZ Lube and standard spindles as well as lug nuts. The hubs are pre-packed with grease. For replacement brake assemblies, I'd go with # AKEBRK-35-SA self-adjusting...
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  • Should Both Axles Have Brakes on a Tandem Axle Trailer
  • You would gain extra stopping assistance by adding brakes to your second axle on your tandem axle trailer. This will also help keep your original set of brakes from wearing down as quickly since wear and tear will be placed on the brakes for both axles instead of just one. I am not quite sure of the laws for trailer brakes on tandem axle trailers so it would be best to contact your local or state law enforcement to get the current list of requirements. Personally I recommend putting...
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  • Replacement Hubs for 8000lb Lippert Axle
  • Yes, the Dexter Hub Assembly # 8-285-9UC3 will fit on your Lippert Axle, but after checking with Lippert it looks like the 8k axle that you're using originally came with a hub with 5/8" stud diameter, where this Dexter Hub has 9/16" studs- both hubs use inner bearing # 25580 /outer bearing # 02475 . In order to avoid having to change out your wheels as well, I recommend going with the Redline Hub and Drum Assembly # 8-285-10UC3-A . It is also an oil lubricated hub, has 5/8" studs and will...
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  • Which Hubs/Drum Assembly and Brakes for Timbren Axle-Less Suspension 3500-lbs with 4 Lift
  • I may have a solution for you, but there is not a 5 on 5" bolt pattern hub and drum that is going to be compatible with the Timbren Heavy-Duty Axle-Less Trailer Suspension - 4" Lift Spindle - Wide Tires - 2,000 lbs # ASR2KHDS03. In order to use your 5 on 5" wheels you would need to get an adapter, which can usually be found via an off-road or auto parts retailer. For a hub and drum assembly that will fit on your Timbren Axle-Less system you can use the Trailer Hub and Drum # AKHD-655-6-EZ-K,...
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  • Replacement Hub and Rotor for 3,500 lb Axle of Trailstar Trailer
  • I am sure we can help replace all of the brake components but without a brand I can't really help pin point just the hub/rotor. Instead the best we could do is a kit that replaces the hub rotors, the mounting bracket, and the calipers. So you could use the part # K2HR35D and have a replacement for both sides of your axle and you'd be set. This has the correct capacity of 3,500 lb and bolt pattern of 5 on 4-1/2 inch.
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  • How To Use 17.5" Trailer Wheels On a 7K Axle
  • The Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly part # 8-219-18UC3 fits 7K axles and it has a 4.75" pilot with 5/8" studs so it will work with most hub piloted 17.5" wheels like the Provider 215/75R17.5 Radial Tire w/ 17-1/2" White Mod Wheel part # TTWA215H-175WM. The Flange Wheel Nut part # 95188 is also required.
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  • Hub and Drum Assembly with Inner Bearing 1.75 ID and Outer Bearing 1.25 ID
  • Thank you for providing the inner diameter of the two bearings; that is especially helpful when trying to determine which replacement parts are going to work. Even though we can confirm the bearings are a fit, you'll also want to make sure that the grease seals on any hub/drum assembly, as well as the races are a match for your. I'll also take this opportunity that while mobile home axles are cheap and readily available, they're really only designed to be used the one time and then discarded;...
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  • Suspension and Trailer Tire/Wheel Combo Recommendation for Boat Trailer with 3.5K Axle
  • I do have just about everything you are needing. The only thing that we don't currently carry is a galvanized axle rated for 3,500 lbs. If you check with a local trailer garage/store they should be able to help you order one that has a galvanized finish that also have the correct hub-face and spring-center measurements for your application. A 3,500 lb axle should use inner bearing L68149, outer bearing L44649, and a grease seal that has an inner diameter of 1.719" and an outer diameter...
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  • Are Dexter Hub and Drum 84546UC3-EZ & K08-426-91 The Same
  • The two Dexter hub and drums you mentioned do fit the same spindle as they use the same bearings and grease seal, but they have different capacities, and I verified with Dexter that the actual drum itself is different to compensate for the difference. So the correct hub and drum will depend on the capacity of your axle: - 4,000 lb Axle: Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 4,000-lb E-Z Lube Axles # K08-426-91 - 3,500 lb Axle: Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 3,500-lb E-Z...
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  • Replacement for Dexter Mobile Home Axle Grease Seal 10-41
  • Dexter part 10-41 is a grease seal for a mobile home utility hub. It has a specified inside diameter of 1.938-inches and an outside diameter of 2.523-inches. The nearest match we offer is the Redline part # 10-40 which is a single-lip seal that has this exact inside diameter and an outside diameter of 2.510-inches.
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  • Replacement Trailer Hub/Drum for Part Number 2420801
  • The hub/drum you sent in a picture of is a Lippert 8,000 lb axle hub with an 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern designed for oil-bath applications. The correct replacement then is the # 8-285-10UC3-A.
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  • Recommended Replacement Hubs for EZ Loader Trailer With Disc Brakes
  • The VIN doesn't give me really any information beyond what you already gave so I reached out to the manufacturer. You have the 3,700 lb axle, but it has the standard 3,500 lb spindle size based on the bearing numbers they gave me for your axle. I recommend the Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for 3,500-lb E-Z Lube Axles - 5 on 4-1/2 - Galvanized # AKIHUB-545-35-G-EZ-K if you are just looking for the hub for a rotor to fit over, or # K08-435-05 if you are seeking an integrated rotor. The...
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  • Replacement Boat Trailer Brakes Rated for 3,500 lbs
  • Thank you for that info and I definitely recommend replacing your boat trailer's brakes and we have exactly what you need. Based on the Dexter 8-247 number you gave we know you have a 3,500 lb Dexter 10" Hub and Drum Assembly such as part # 84546UC3. For a hub and drum that size the best option is the Hydraulic Trailer Brake - Dacromet because they are designed for marine applications with their corrosion-resistant dacromet coating and mount to a 4-bolt mounting flange such as # 4-35....
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  • How Many Hubs Come with Part # 84545UC1-EZ
  • The Dexter Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for 3,500-lb E-Z Lube Axles part # 84545UC1-EZ is for a single hub. You may consider the CE Smith Trailer Hub Assembly w/ Carrying Case for 3,500-lb Axles part # CE13511 this is the same type hub with a slightly different look but will do the exact same job and uses the same bearings and seals. It also comes pre greased to eliminate that step. Check out the video I did on them that I have linked for you.
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  • Replacement Oil Seal and O-Ring for Dexter Drum Hub with Oil Bath
  • The Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 9,000-lb to 10,000-lb - 8 on 6-1/2 - Oil Bath - Non-ABS Drum # 8-430-5UC3 does have replacement parts so you can absolutely purchase the seal and o-ring separately from the entire hub. The seal is the Unitized Oil Seal # 10-51 and the o-ring is # 92127. If you want the entire too the Replacement Oil Cap Kit for 9,000-lb and 10,000-lb Dexter Axle # RG04-300 consists of the cap, the plug, and the o-ring. If you need more oil, I recommend the...
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  • Pre-Greased Hub/Drum for 3500 lb Spindles on 2018 R Pod 178 and Four Winns D0210S02 Trailer
  • If you have a 3500 lb axle, you'll have a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. You can confirm this by measuring the center to center distance between 2 adjacent wheel studs. If it's 2-5/8 of an inch, you absolutely for certain have a 5 on 4-1/2 which is typical for a 3500 lb axle. The # AKHD-545-35-EZ-K 10 inch hub/drum you looked at is compatible with a 3500 lb axle, it uses an L68149 inner and an L44649 outer bearing and a 58846 grease seal and has a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. The bearings,...
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  • How to Determine What Hub and Drums Will Fit Vintage Military Trailer
  • Since 5 on 6-7/8" is not a standard bolt pattern for a trailer nowadays, you'll need to start by first replacing your hubs and drums, which will allow you to fit a wheel with a more standard bolt pattern. There are a couple of different ways to determine the hubs and drums you need for your vintage military trailer. The easiest is to take apart your current hub assembly and look at the bearings themselves; wipe away the grease and you should be able to see the part number stamped directly...
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  • What Wheel Studs Does 5,200 lb Trailer Hub Use
  • Our 5,200 lb trailer hubs with 1/2 inch diameter wheel studs like the part # 8-201-5UC3-EZ use wheel studs like the part # 7-262.
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  • Replacement Seals And Hubs For Boat Trailer W/ 3500lb Axles And Oil Bath Hub and Rotors
  • There are special seals to convert your 3500lb rotors to oil bath, and they can be replaced with Replacement Seal For 3500-lb Axles # XLPROLUBE1980SEAL. While we do not offer 9-3/4" rotors for your 3500lb boat axle, we do have the Dexter 10" Hub-and-Rotor Assembly # K08-435-05 which measures 10" in diameter, and is designed for 3500lb axles. This rotor uses inner bearing # L68149, outer bearing # L44649, and grease seal # RG06-050(you will not need the grease seal as you will need the...
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  • Recommended 5200-6000lb Axle For M105 Military Trailer Being Converted To Overland Trailer
  • I have another option for you, but the only hub and drum assemblies available with the 6 on 5-1/2" bolt pattern are only rated for wheels up to 16-1/2" diameter and are not designed to work with 17" wheels. Starting with the axle for your M105 Military Trailer that you are doing an overland conversion on I recommend going with the Timbren Axle-Less Trailer Suspension System - 2" Lift Spindle w/ Brake Flange - 5,200 lbs # TASR5200S05 or the 4" lift version # TASR5200S03. Both of these...
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  • Replacement Hub Assembly For 2003 EZLoader 3-EZB 12-14 Boat Trailer
  • I recommend the Galvanized Dexter Trailer Idler Hub # 8-259-50. With this you will need 2 Trailer Hub Bearings # L44649 and a Grease Seal # 34823 per hub. The races are already installed on the hub and you can reuse your Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB1980A unless they are damaged and in need of replacement. A new Cotter Pin # 165649 and Lug Nuts # CE11051 are also available individually if they also need replaced. Currently we do not have these parts available as a complete...
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  • Replacement Hubs for 1997 FLOE Pro 100 Plus Snowmobile Trailer
  • Luckily, FLOE International is still around. I was able to find that your 10 foot tilt single axle snowmobile trailer used an L44649 inner and outer wheel bearing. Your snowmobile trailer was equipped from the factory with idler hubs that had a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. Due to its being exposed to harsh winter conditions and possibly road salt, going with a galvanized hub would be recommended versus a painted hub like the # 34822545BX you'd looked at. I'd go with part # AKIHUB-545-2-G-EZ-2K,...
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  • Replacement Brake Assemblies and Hub Drums for 3500 lb Axle
  • Given the bearing numbers you provided, you have a typical 3500 lb axle which uses a 10 inch brake assembly. I'd recommend going with a self adjusting brake assembly like # AKEBRK-35-SA which includes a left and right assembly. The mounting hardware is available separately as # BRKH10B. I'd also suggest taking a look at the armature surface of the brake drum that your brake magnet rides against. If it's grooved at all, you'll want to replace it as the magnet won't get the best grab...
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  • Difficulty of Converting Oil Bath Hubs to Grease
  • What you're wanting to do is a pretty simple proposition, simply remove the bearings and and clean and inspect them. Repack or replace if necessary. You can use a bearing packer like # PTW1218 and # L11390 grease to repack the bearings. The Bearing Buddy you need will need will depend on the outer bearing used and whether or not the hub bore is threaded. The outer bearing typically found on a 3500 axle (which is extremely likely given your trailer capacity and wheel bolt pattern) is typically...
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  • New Brake Assemblies, Hub/Drums, Brake Lines, and Bearing Buddy for Trailer with 3,500 lb Axle
  • For as trashed as those brake assemblies are I am impressed with how spotless that spindle is! Based on the bearing numbers you mentioned you have a #84 spindle and the hub part # AKHD-545-35-G-K is correct. Since this its galvanized it's a really great option as it will fight corrosion. The flexible brake line kits like the part # 18SI-BLKIT is what I would go with. They are just as durable as anything else and a lot easier to install. The brake assemblies # AKFBBRK-35R-D and # AKFBBRK-35L-D...
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  • Replacement Hub and Drum With 25580 Inner Bearing and LM67048 Outer Bearing
  • Thanks for that info and we do have a replacement hub and drum for you with inner bearing # 25580 and outer bearing # LM67048, though you are going to need to take one more measurement, and with Digital Caliper # 301-17068 because it needs to be measured down to the thousandth of an inch. So, the correct hub and drum will depend on the size of the grease seal, and you'll need to measure your spindle where the seal rides to get that measurement. - 2.25" Diameter: Dexter Trailer Hub...
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  • Replacement Grease Seal for Axletek Hub BD-545
  • The seal you need for your trailer hub is the # 58846. Or for a bearing kit that includes all of the components you'll need you'd want the # BK2-100. For brake assemblies you'd want the part # AKEBRK-35L for the left side or part # AKEBRK-35R for the right hand side.
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  • Titan Replacement for Dico Trailer Idler Hub 17214
  • Dico was bought out by Titan who now offers 5-on 4-1/2 idler hub # T1721400042. This hub is rated for 2500-lb axles and includes bearings, races, grease seal, grease cap, and lug nuts. You can be assured it will fit the trailer spindle as long as the original hub uses the same bearings, inner bearing # LM67048 and outer bearing # LM11949. This Titan hub's included grease seal has an inner diameter of 1.54-inches and an outer diameter of 1.78-inches. Please click on the video link to see...
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  • Replacement Hub for AxleTek Hub # BD2-545-17
  • The exact replacement hub assemblies you need for your BD2-545-17 are the etrailer Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 3,500-lb Axles - 10" Diameter - 5 on 4-1/2 # AKHD-545-35-K that you referenced.
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  • Replacement Hub and Bearing Buddys for a 2K Axle on a Boat Trailer
  • Since these idler hubs will be used for a boat trailer I highly recommend going with the etrailer.com Trailer Idler Hub Assembly # AKIHUB-440-2-G-2K over the Dexter Trailer Idler Hub Assembly # 8-91-05UC1 because the eatrialer.com option has a galvanized finish that will protect it better than the powder coat finish on the Dexter option. Please note that the seals which come with these have an inner diameter of 1.500" so you will need to use part # 34823 for a grease seal instead as...
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  • Trailer Hub Recommendation for Spindle with 1 inch Diameter
  • For a spindle that has exactly a one inch diameter the hub part # AKIHUB-545-2-1K is a confirmed fit.
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  • Replacement Brake Drums and Brake Assembly Parts for Lance 1685 Travel Trailer
  • Given the wheel bolt pattern and the 8-247 that's cast into your existing brake drums, you have a 3500 lb axle. Assuming you have E-Z Lube spindles with the grease zerks in the end, you'd want to use the # 84546UC3-EZ hub/drums you looked at. If you have standard spindles, use # 84546UC3. At the very least, you'd want to replace your brake magnets, if they've got grooves worn into them as they won't get a good contact with the new drums for effective braking. If your brake assemblies...
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  • Pre-Greased Replacement 5-on-5 Hub for 3500-lb Dexter Axle
  • You can confirm the weight rating of your Dexter axle by removing one hub and pulling its bearings. The included photo shows how part numbers usually appear on bearings. The specific bearings used will tell you the axle's weight rating. Just refer to the linked article that lists the bearings commonly used for various axle weight ratings. A new hub must use the same bearings as the original hub in order to fit on your spindles. A 3500-lb axle commonly uses bearings # L68149 and #...
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  • Hub Recommendation for Spindle with Diameters of .75 and 1.25 inches
  • From the measurements you gave me, it sounds like you have an Agricultural Spindle like # TRU54FR that uses # LM67048 Inner bearing and # LM11949 Outer bearing. For a hub assembly with a 4 on 5 bolt pattern # AH15450ECOMP will work and the bearings, seal and cap are included. I linked the parts along with a few review videos for you to reference.
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  • Replacement Trailer Bearings for Shoreland’r Trailer with #84 Spindle
  • Based off the measurements you provided, you've got a #84 spindle, so the correct bearings are the # L44649 and # L68149, and # RG06-050 grease seals. We typically try to put bearing numbers of popular manufacturers on the bearing pages but those are Shoreland'r part numbers so they're not on the product pages currently. You can get these in a complete kit with the Bearing Kit for #84 Spindle, L44649/L68149 Bearings, 10-19 Double Lip Seal # BK2-100
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  • What Type of Grease is Recommended with CE Smith Trailer Idler Hub Assembly # CE13515
  • LMX red grease like the # L11390 is what the CE Smith Trailer Idler Hub Assembly # CE13515 comes with and is the best all-around grease for trailer hubs so it's what I recommend.
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  • Replacement Hub and Brake Assemblies for Dexter 8-219 Wheel Hubs
  • You have some options with the 8-219 for replacement parts. These kits will include new brake hubs, bearings, races, seals, caps and wheel nuts. 1/2" Wheel Studs Grease Cap # 8-219-4UC3 1/2" Wheel Studs EZ-Lube Cap # 8-219-4UC3-EZ 1/2" Wheel Studs Oil Bath Hub # 8-219-9UC3 9/16" Wheel Studs Grease Cap # AKHD-865-7-1-K 9/16" Wheel Studs EZ-Lube Cap # 8-219-13UC3 5/8" Wheel Studs EZ-Lube Cap # 8-219-18UC3 The Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Kit # 23-180-181 will require the brakes...
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  • Replacement Dexter 8-248 Hub, Races, Bearings and Grease Seals For Boat Trailer
  • The Dexter 8-248 is a 3500 lb idler hub which uses the L44649 outer/L68149 inner bearing and a 10-19 grease seal. The bearings cross reference to the A4 and A17 bearings you mentioned and the 10-19 seal cross references to the 171255 seal. For bearings/races/seals, you'd need the # BK2-100 kit. For a replacement galvanized hub (which is what you'd want to use on a boat trailer), use # AKIHUB-545-35-G-EZ-K. The races are pre-installed, which is a good thing because installing the races...
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  • Replacement Hydraulic Disc Brakes for 2015 EX Loader Boat Trailer
  • For your 2105 EZ Loader TA102B boat trailer I am going to recommend upgrading to stainless steel parts to help ensure less corrosion and a longer life. First is the Kodiak Trailer Hub for 3,500-lb Axles - 5 on 4-1/2 - Stainless Steel # KH84545S. These will require Bearings # L68149 and # L44649. Be sure to order a hub and bearing set for each wheel. To keep your oil bath style hub the Kodiak XL ProLube Kit # XLPROLUBE1980KIT will include new seals and the cap for the hub to convert...
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  • Can 1/2 Inch Wheel Studs be Changed to 9/16 Inch Wheel Studs
  • It may be possible to change your studs from 1/2" to 9/16" so long as the studs are drive-in (as opposed to threaded); also, the length and knurl diameter needs to be the same. For example, the Kodiak Wheel Bolt - 9/16" Diameter x 2-1/2" Long # K916WB25 has a 0.685" knurl diameter. So you do need to have some very specific measurements, otherwise you will need to change your hub to get that size wheel stud. I have added a link to a video review for you to check out as well as a link...
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  • Correct Replacement Brakes and Hub/Drum Assembly for '97 Jayco Popup
  • The difference between part # 8-276-5UC3 and part # 8-173-16UC3 is that the 5UC3 works with a 7" x 1-3/4" brake assembly while the 16UC3 works with a 7" x 1-1/4" brake assembly brake assembly. Other than that they use # L44649 inner and outer bearings and a 10-9 grease seal that has the 1.5" inner diameter. You definitely want to go with assemblies that match your bearings so if you're able to confirm that you have L44649 bearings then I'd use one of the options mentioned above. The...
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  • Replacement Hub and Drum Assembly for Dexter Axle 8-283 and 177
  • Since your current drums have the unusual 10" x 1-1/2" dimensions you'll need the Dexter Assembly # 008-418-02 which uses # LM67048 inner bearing, # L44649 outer bearing, and a grease seal that has a 1.719" inner diameter and 2.565" outer diameter. You'll want to verify that all of this matches up prior to getting the new hub and drum assembly. Then for brakes you need two of the Kit # K23-472-473-00 which have a 4-bolt mounting pattern like what you have.
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  • Replacement Bearing Kit and Bearing Buddy Grease Caps for 2012 Triton LT Trailer with Reliable Axle
  • The owner's manual for the Reliable axle on your Triton PWC trailer indicates that the bearing used on the axle of your weight rating is # L44643. This part serves as both inner and outer bearing according to the manual, which I linked for you. We sell this bearing as an individual part and also as part of a complete bearing kit # BK1-100 which includes 2 of bearing # L44643, 2 of race # L44610, 1 grease seal # 34823 and a cotter pin. You'll need two kits per axle. The hub that uses...
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  • How Can I Identify an Axle Without a Sticker?
  • Thank you for the pictures! It looks like you've got some sort of square drop axle on your trailer and if you can't find an identifying sticker, I can still help you figure out what you've got so that you can make the swap to electric brakes on your trailer. It looks like you've got 6 bolts on the wheels, which can help narrow down our search, but we'll need to know what size the brakes on the trailer are and if possible, what size (or number) the inner and outer bearings are on the...
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  • Replacement Hub for 1989 Ranger Trailer
  • Judging by your photo, your trailer would use an idler hub, not a hub drum. Assuming you have 5 lug on 4-1/2 inch bolt circle wheels that use an # L44649 inner and outer wheel bearing, you have a few choices. Rather than the painted hub, I'd recommend going with a galvanized hub for greater corrosion resistance. Dexter hubs are manufactured in the US, which is what I'd recommend. For an 8, 10 or a 12 inch wheel, use # 8-259-50UC1 for a standard spindle or # 8-259-50UC1-EZ for the EZ...
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  • Replacement Hubs for a 1998 Tracker TrailStar Boat Trailer
  • With a 5 1/2 bolt pattern and the outer bearing being an # L44649, you most likely have Dexter's #84 Spindle. This uses the # L44649 (1.063 inner diameter) outer bearing and the # L68149 (1.378 inner diameter) as the inner bearing. This is one of the most common spindles out there, but it wouldn't hurt to verify your inner bearing's inner diameter just to make sure. If all that matches, the etrailer.com Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for E-Z Lube Axles # AKIHUB-545-35-G-EZ-K will be a great...
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  • What is the Capacity of a Dexter P-12 Model D100 Axle
  • It looks like you're likely trying to replace your hubs/drums on your Dexter axle and I do believe that the "0100" you found on the spec plate actually reads "D100" since that was one of the models that Dexter had for this particular line of axles; I've confirmed this with Dexter as well. These axles were 10k axles and they came in both a general duty and a heavy duty model with the 10k capacity. In order to find out which hub/drum will work as a replacement, you'll need to pull the hubs...
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  • Lug Nut Size for 2019 Rockwood Mini Lite 2104S Travel Trailer
  • Your 2019 Rockwood Mini Lite 2104S travel trailer uses a hub with 1/2 inch studs such as the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 84546UC3. So you simply need lug nuts that fit those 1/2 inch studs, the Lionshead Trailer Wheel Lug Nut - 1/2"-20 # LHLR103.
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  • Replacement Bearing Kit For Idler Hub 5 On 4.5 With 1 Spindle and 1.24 Inner Diameter Grease Seal
  • The measurements that you gave tell me that you have a BT8 Spindle # TRU59FR. If you wish to replace your bearings, races and grease seal you will want the Bearing Kit # BK1-100. This includes 2 Bearings # L44643, 2 Races # L44610, a Grease Seal # 34823 and a Cotter Pin # 165649. To make things easier you can replace your entire hub. Depending on your wheel size you can choose either the Idler Hub # AKIHUB-545-2-1K that has the 5 on 4-1/2" lug pattern you said you have with 10"-12"...
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  • Replacement Brakes and Hub/Drums for Lippert 298276 and 122463
  • The correct replacement hub and drum assembly for your Lippert 122463 is part # AKHD-655-6-K for a regular grease cap or part # AKHD-655-6-EZ-K for an E-Z Lube grease cap. For replacement brakes the correct part is # AKEBRK-7-SA.
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  • Differences Between Dexter 42866UC3-EZ and 8-219-4UC3-EZ Trailer Brake Hub/Drums
  • There is very little difference between the two. Both hub/drums are for a 7K axle, and have an 8 on 6-1/2 inch bolt pattern with 1/2 inch wheel studs. Either hub/drum includes the bearings, races, grease seal, lug nuts and E-Z Lube dust cap. The # 42866UC3-EZ also includes the spindle nut and the retainer for the spindle nut. The # 8-219-4UC3-EZ includes everything mentioned above, except for the spindle nut and retainer. The only other difference is that the # 8-219-4UC3-EZ uses a...
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  • Brakes, Bearings and Grease Seal for Dexter 8-247 Hubs
  • Thank you for that info and we have everything you need. An 8-247 hub and drum, which is the same as Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 84546UC3 uses Inner Bearing # L68149, Outer Bearing # L44649, Inner Race # L68111, Outer Race # L44610 and Grease Seal # 58846. These parts are all available in Bearing Kit # BK2-100. For your brakes the correct replacements are Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Left Hand # 23-26 and Dexter Electric Trailer Brake Assembly - Right Hand # 23-27....
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  • AL-KO 7230 Hub and Brakes Replacement Parts
  • Dexter did acquire AL-KO axles and the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly for 3,500-lb Axles - 10" Diameter - 5 on 4-1/2 # 84546UC3 is the full assembly replacement. If you just wan to replace the bearings and seal then you will want # L44649, # L68149, and # 58846. For your brake assemblies, you will use the Replacement Trailer Brake Magnet Kit for Dexter and Hayes / AL-KO 10" Trailer Brakes # BP01-110. Then for the brake shoes you either use the 10" x 2-1/4" Electric Brake Shoe/Lining...
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  • How to Determine Axle Capacity on Old Trailer
  • I do have a way to give you an idea as to what the axle capacity is for your trailer but I called Dexter Axle and they were not able to look up the number, "021362" that you provided due to its age. If you have a leaf spring axle then what you are going to want to do is measure the diameter of the axle tube. Once you measure the axle tube you can then use the chart below to give you an idea of what the weight capacity is. If you have a torsion axle then your next best option would be to...
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  • Solution for Replacing Dexter 8-222 Trailer Hubs and Bearings
  • The Dexter 8-222 model hubs currently on your trailer are designed primarily for mobile home use, and these types of hubs typically use unique bearing combinations that make it really difficult to find full replacement assemblies. Mobile home parts like these are really only manufactured for one time use so replacements aren't usually available. The only replacement parts I can offer for your existing setup are the bearings and seal, which can be found with part # L68149 for the inner...
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  • Standard Grease Cap to Replace EZ Lube Cap on 3,500 Trailer Hubs
  • I don't care for Bearing Buddies honestly as they make it too easy to overfill the hub and cause the grease seal to blow out. A standard grease cap would be your best option. For that you'd just need the part # RG04-020 for your 3,500 EZ lube spindles.
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  • Replacement Hub for 2013 Wildwood 26TBSS Hub Drum with AL-KO 8700
  • The AL-KO trailer hub part number 8700 that you have is a 3,500 lb trailer hub/drum with a 5 on 4-1/2 inch bolt pattern. Based on that the # 84546UC3-EZ is the correct fit and would work great.
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  • Which Hubs Do I Need For Timbren Axle-Less Trailer Suspension System With Off Road Tires
  • Yes the Timbren Axle-Less Trailer Suspension System # ASR1THDS01 will work with Dexter Trailer Idler Hub Assembly # 84545UC1-EZ. They both use the same bearings and seals, and is confirmed to work together. The idler hub can mount a 13" wheel up to a 17 1/2" wheel, and has a 5 on 4 1/2" bolt pattern for the lugs which are 1/2" in diameter. So if your wheels are 15", have the same bolt pattern and diameter lug nuts it will definitely work. As far as the height of the tire, it will only...
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  • Replacing Hubs, Bearings, Seals, and Races on a Trailer
  • Yes the Dexter Axle UFP Idler Hub - 5 on 4-1/2" - E-Coated - 2,100-lbs Item # DA54FR is compatible with your axle. However, we do not have a hub kit available with the bearings and seals. I recommend Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing - Item # L44649 and Grease Seals (pair) Item # RG06-020
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  • Replacement Sealed Bearings and Complete Assembly for 2010 Forest River Wildcat 31TS
  • Since you have the sealed bearing, it is the Nev-R-Lube. The Bearing, 42MM Nev-R-Lube 42MM x 76MM x 39MM # 31-73-3 will also use the Outer Snap Ring for Nev-R-Lube Bearing Kit 31-71-3 # 69-96. The Trailer Hub & Drum Assembly - 6,000 lbs Axles - 6 on 5-1/2 - Nev-R-Lube # 8-388-80UC3 is the replacement assembly.
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  • Recommended Replacement Brake Assembly for Old Trailer With Wide 5 lug Brake Flange
  • Although we might have a solution for you, we don't sell any brake assemblies that would be compatible with the brake mounting flange shown in your photo. You've got a few options. • You could remove the existing brake flanges if possible and replace them with modern 5 bolt. The mounting flange you need would depend on the diameter of your axle beam. • You could also replace the spindles with an axle stub that has an integrated brake flange and uses modern, easily available...
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  • Can the Kodiak 13" Hub and Rotor be Used as a Oil Bath Hub
  • The Kodiak 13" Hub and Rotor part # KHR13858E can be used for either oil bath or grease packed lubrication. It does come with a standard grease cap and not an oil bath. To do oil bath Kodiak 13" Hub and Rotor part # KHR1389E comes with the appropriate cap you will need.
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  • Which Replacement Hub for Shoreland'r SLR22L Boat Trailer
  • According to Shorlandr, your SLR22L trailer uses hubs with a L44649 inner and outer bearing. The # CE13511 hub you mentioned uses a different inner bearing, so it won't work for you. The good news is that the # CE13311 is the correct hub, assuming your existing hub has a 5 lug on a 4-1/2 inch bolt circle. Or, even better, since it's a boat trailer we offer a corrosion resistant galvanized version of the 5 on 4-1/2 as well, available as part # CE13315. The replacement hubs include 1/2-20...
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  • Damaged Caused to Travel Trailer Brake Drums and Bearings by High Temperatures
  • Normal operating temperatures for drum brakes range from 150-400 degrees F. During certain stopping conditions the brake heat can exceed 600 degrees. The effectiveness and stopping power of the brakes is significantly reduced at these higher temperatures and anything above 650 degrees may damage brake components if they stay that warm for an extended period of time. The bearings themselves can withstand considerable temperature without damage. However the bearing lubricant cannot....
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  • Recommended Idler Hub That Uses Inner and Outer Bearing L44649 For Trailer W/ 13" Wheels
  • I have a different option for you, but the CE Smith Trailer Hub # CE13511 you were looking at uses inner bearing # L68149 and outer bearing # L44649 so it will not fit your axle that uses inner and outer bearing # L44649. Instead I recommend the Easy Grease Trailer Idler Hub # AKIHUB-545-2-LFEZ-2K which uses and includes inner and outer bearings # L44649, has the 5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern you are needing, and is rated for 13" - 15" wheels so your current wheels will work perfectly. I...
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  • How to Remove a Hub From a Trailer Spindle
  • To remove a hub from an axle, you will need to first remove the grease cap on the end of the hub. This will expose the end of the spindle. Once at this point, you will need to see if you have an EZ-Lube spindle, like # TRU77FR, or a standard spindle, like # TRU57FR. If you have the standard spindle, there will be a castle nut threaded onto the end of said spindle that is locking a fairly large washer in place. This will be locked in place by a cotter pin, like # 165649. These will all...
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  • What Grease Does The Pre-Greased Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly AKHD-545-35-K Use?
  • Thank you for your purchase! The Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 3,500-lb Axles - 10" Diameter - 5 on 4-1/2 - Pre-Greased # AKHD-545-35-K you purchased are pre-greased with Lithium complex, multipurpose grease. For compatible grease I recommend the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease # L11315. If you do not already have a grease gun you will also need the # L30200 to add the grease to your bearing buddies. I included videos of the products mentioned for you to take a look at.
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  • Will the CE Smith CE13511 Replace a Dico 45264 Hub?
  • From what I could find out about the Dico 45264 hub, the CE Smith # CE13511 will be a good replacement. That being said, the Dico hubs did utilize a different size seal than any of our offerings would come with as a standard. You will also need the Dexter Double Lip Seal # 168255TB to go along with the # CE13511 to get everything working properly.
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  • What Are The Torque Specs for 5/8" Lug Studs and Flange Nuts
  • It looks like you recently purchased some Kodiak Wheel Bolts # K58WB316 and 5/8" flange nuts # 95188 from us, so thank you for being a loyal customer! What you'll want to torque those to will depend on the construction of your wheels and the size of the lug studs. For steel wheels with 5/8" studs and flange nuts you'll want to use 275-325lbs/ft of torque when tightening your lug nuts.
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  • Could Trailer Hub # AKHD-865-7-G-EZ-K Fit 2019 Heartland Fuel 335
  • I don't know what axle your trailer has so it's hard to say. But if you know your trailer has a 5,2000 to 7,000 lb axle with an 8 lug bolt pattern this # AKHD-865-7-G-EZ-K would be a great option. It's galvanized as well which means it will fight corrosion as well.
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  • Bolt Spacing of Dexter 7 Inch Brake Drum/Brake Assembly
  • If you're speaking of the wheel bolt pattern for the # 8-276-5 Dexter 2200 Brake Hub/Drum, it uses a 4 on 4 bolt pattern. If you're speaking of the # 23-398-399 brake assemblies you'd looked at, the wheel studs are 2-7/8 inches apart, center to center. I've provided a photo showing this.
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  • Determining Which Hub Replaces Dexter 8-243 Clamp On Wheel Hub
  • Based on the information I can find on your Dexter 8-243 hub it appears it is for a 3500lb axle and uses standard 3500lb bearings which are inner bearing # L68149 and outer bearing # L44649 but I recommend confirming this first. You can confirm your bearing combination by removing one of your hubs and looking for the bearing numbers stamped in the face of each bearing as shown in the included picture of the # L44649. If your bearings are worn to the point that you cannot read the...
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