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Grease Seal

Grease Seal

Item # 10-9
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TruRyde Trailer Bearings Races Seals Caps - 10-9

  • Seals
  • Grease Seals - Double Lip
  • 1.987 Inch O.D
  • 1.500 Inch I.D.
  • TruRyde


Trailer Hub Grease Seal
  • For double lip seal

I.D. O.D. Use With:
1.500 1.987 BTR Spindles


Seal Cross-Reference
Dexter # Transcom # National # NOK # Chicago Rawhide #
010-060-00 15191TB 533409 AD22667N 14832



GS-1500DL Grease Seal

Dexter part number K71-301-00





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Grease Seal - 10-9

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (122 Customer Reviews)


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I am sure the product is of average quality, however when you purchase multiple items from etrailer (some of substantial weight) and they box everything together without any packing materials to keep fragile items safe, the comfort and likeness of purchasing items through this retailer drops. Brought this up with their customer service, and they said it was packed properly. The grease seal should of been in the little plastic bag.



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Contacted the experts to find the correct size grease seal for my Dexter Axel. Jameson C. came up with the correct size. Quick delivery and an easy install, good follow up by Courtney B. Etrailer came through again.



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After answering some relevant questions,the rep. Andrea was able to match the correct part for my bearings.
Speedy delivery with reasonable shipping charges.
Overall, new go to place for parts, maintenance beats breakdowns.
Much thanks



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Fantastic! I needed grease seals to get the Pwc trailer fixed .
They are correct and arrived to fast.
I have always trusted etrailer.
Picture is the old leaking seal. The new one is perfect.



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Great service and fast delivery!!



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Item delivered is the incorrect seal… same deal that came in the kit… disappointing



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I purchased two of these axles to replace my old square ones. They appear to be good quality but they arrived damaged. The grease fittings on the ends were smashed because packaging wasn't adequate. I've emailed back and forth and was shipped the wrong parts for replacement. In the end I was told I'd have to cut the spindles off and replace them. All I need is new grease zerks that thread on the ends of the axles. Be prepared to purchase these on your own because customer service is subpar on a remedy and the way they package them for shipping does not prevent damage.



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Grease Seal shipped very quickly, exactly as described.



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I am a firm believer in Murphy's Law and plan for things to go wrong. I have kept a full bearing set for my Dexter #9 in the tool box of my teardrop since I first got it. I have yet to need them but I am ready.
I had to order a second set of seals to replace the original set that came with the axle kit. Why? Some unfortunate soul came up to me in a campground and since we had a similar Little Guy/NuCamp trailer, asked me "I bet you don"t have a spare set of bearing seals?" He lost a bearing and even though he found new bearings and races - at 5 times the cost, but no one in the little town we were in had any idea of the seal number. I gave him the part numbers from my cross ref sheet and he left to make some calls. A week to get them! We looked them up, ordered me a new set and sold them for the replacement cost. We keep in touch, he made it home from Calif to N. Carolina and has made several trips since with no issues.



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I highly recommend etrailer for all trailer needs



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These seals were for repacking of wheel bearings on a 23 yr old 5' X 8' utility trailer (probably has less than 1,000 mi on it). etrailer shipped promptly and the seals are the correct size. The new ones may be better quality than the originals; but it's probably not fair to compare 23 old seals to brand new ones. These were Dexter 8-258 hubs on a 2200# axle. Bearings were good, but I don't plan on waiting 23 yrs. before I service them again. If I am, I will be 90. We all hope I'm not "home improving" at that age.
Thanks etrailer.com



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I bought a Toy Carrier motorcycle trailer 3 years ago, I've taken it 2000mi
round trip to Daytona several times and feel guilty i have not repacked the wheel bearings yet. I consulted the Dexter axle website and found it very confusing, and of very little help acquiring new bearing seals, but i finally did find a part number, I entered the number on the etrailer website and was immediately rewarded with an image and wealth of information pertaining to the exact seal i needed, i refused to take the hub apart without the correct seal in hand, etrailer saved me a lot of worry over nothing, just good simple expedient service.



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Customer support for finding replacement bearing, races and grease seals for a 1973 Apache popup trailer were spot on. All items fit perfectly, delivery was quick and customer support excellent. Thanks to all!

Bearing LM11949
Race LM11910
Bearing L44649
Race L44610
Grease Seal - 10-9



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Seals work good, I had to leave them hang out of the hub about a 1/16", to make sure they would make it past the grease hole on the spindle , that is the reason for the new seals. Hoping that will solve the issue of the grease getting on the inside of the wheel.



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The product is fine. The review is more about finding these beasts. I went to 5 stores in my local area to no avail. I went online and entered the bearing SN# and only one company had a link to grease seal. I was never particular about where I brought online. Every time I needed trailer parts, this was the place. I'd suggest all trailer parts shoppers just start here.



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Exact fit for my new axle replacement. Fast shipping and web site was very easy to place your order. I will use this company again.

Mark R.

10/26/2017

After a year still working great.



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Orders twice with varied product needs for utility trailer, bearings,seals, lights, wiring and hub. All good price and all just right



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Haven't installed the brake magnet yet but looks to be an exact match to the old one. As for the seals I ordered, I learned not to trust my owners manual. It listed a part number to get for seal replacement so I ordered them and etrailer delivered them very efficiently only to find out the i.d. was not a fit. I should have checked the dimensions before ordering. I have found other discrepancies in my Aliner manual so it's not to be relied on. Thanks for fast service, etrailer.



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Exactly what I needed to finish my bearing repack job! etrailer always has just the right parts when you can't find them anywhere else!



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I order all of my trailer accessories from your company. Fast shipping professional customer service and the parts always fit



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The grease seals work perfect. As always etrailer.com is a great place to order all your trailer products. Easy ordering and fast delivery.



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Fit perfect on my 1994 Jayco Jay series pop up camper.That takes the same bearing on both sides of the hub L44649 making the seal a hard one to find locally.Great price after ... wanted more for one.Was well worth the few day wait.



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Although I only needed two, I ordered three just in case I messed one up during the install. Good thing I didn't because one of the three was malformed during manufacture and was unusable.

I like etrailer. They have the stuff, the website allows me to find, research, and order what I need. The downside is I have to be able to wait at least 8-9 days before it shows up, sometimes much longer.



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Tech support suggested wrong size. They're doing great in the envelope. I tracked down the right size,and ordered them. Those work great.



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I have been using etrailer for years and years. They have everything you need and are very helpful when you need advice
Keep up the good work

Joseph Z.

10/9/2020

Perfect in every way..... been using etrailer for many years and have never been let down


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  • Seal To Replace a Transcom 15191VB Oil Seal
    The Seal # 10-9 has proven to work as a replacement for your oil seal 15191VB. The outer diameter of this seal is only slightly larger at 1.987 versus 1.983 on your seal but I find if you place your seals in the freezer the metal will shrink slightly allowing you to more easily install them in the hub.
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  • Too Much Play in Hub and Drum Assembly on Henshen Axles
    It sounds like your axles take bolt-on hubs. Is this correct? If there is excessive play then something is not tight enough or it is possible that the hub is not the correct fit for the spindle or the bearings may not be correct for the hub or spindle. There is likely a correct torque rating for a bolt-on hub that you would need to determine from the manufacturer. The 4-bolts in the back though sound like the ones that hold on the brake assembly. You should be able to unbolt a bolt-on...
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  • Replacement Grease Seal for a 1999 Bass Tracker Pro Team 175
    The correct grease seal you need for your 1999 Bass Tracker Pro Team 175 should be part # 10-9. This seal has a 1.500" inner diameter and a 1.987" outer diameter. I would measure the outer diameter of your existing grease seal to be certain you receive the correct replacement.
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  • Trailer Hub Grease Seal Recommendation for Replacing National Seal 474276
    Your dimension of 1.983 is close enough to the dimension of the # 10-9 which has outer diameter of 1.987 and the cross reference numbers match so this would be a fit and would work well.
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  • What is Correct Replacement Grease Seal for Bearing # L44649
    Thank you for providing the part number from your existing grease seal, part 16074-224. Based on my research I found that part # 10-9 is an equivalent replacement part. I have also linked a helpful article and video concerning bearings and seals.
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  • Replacement Grease Seal Recommendation for a 16074-224
    I did a little digging on your grease seal number and it looks like the 16074-224 has an inner diameter of 1.5 inches and an outer diameter of 1.987 so the correct part number you would need is the # 10-9.
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  • Replacement Axle for a 1994 Aliner Trailer
    You can order axles to your specifications from a tractor or trailer supply store. Or you can try a Timbren Axle-less system. I have included a link to the Axle-less systems, which are like torsion axles, to the right. We do not carry any regular torsion axles. Please note that raising the height of a trailer will also raise its center of gravity making it more susceptible to sway.
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  • Video Showing How to Install a Grease Seal on a Trailer Hub
    I think the best way to explain how to install a grease seal like # 10-9 is to take a look at the video I have linked. Go to about the 6 minute, 10 second mark. At this point in the video, our installer begins to install the seal in the back of the hub.
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  • Replacing A 125255UC Double Lip Grease Seal
    The 125255UC seal that you mentioned measures 1.980" O.D. and 1.50" I.D. The correct replacement for that seal will be out part # 10-9.
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  • Grease Seal # 10-9 Recommendation for a Axle with Chicago Rawhide # 14840 Seals
    Yes, this Grease Seal, part # 10-9, will fit your axles that have Chicago Rawhide # 14840. There is actually a cross reference guide on the product page for the # 10-9.
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  • Availability of Trailer Grease Seal that would Fit Golf Cart
    The grease seal part # 10-9 that you referenced is designed for use on a trailer hub, but if the inner and outer diameters match what you golf cart has it could potentially work for you. The inner diameter of the seal is 1.5 inches and the outside diameter is 1.987. If your seal matches that exactly it should work.
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    I was able to find that your Aluma 548 trailer has 2,200 lb axles so for a replacement seal you would need the # 10-9.
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  • How to Find the Correct Seal for Trailer
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    We do not have a seal that matches the inner and outer diameter you have provided. That being said, I believe the markings on the seal actually indicate that your ID is 1.25" and our OD is 1.979". Your measurements are incredibly close to this so you may want to double check to be sure. From my research, I have found that the Double Lip Grease Seal - ID 1.249" / OD 1.983" - Qty 1 # 34823 is interchangeable with a seal that is sometimes marked as the 12192TB with an ID of 1.25" and OD...
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  • Correct Replacement 1.5" x 1.97" Grease Seal
    The closest grease seal we have to what you're looking for is the Grease Seal part # 10-9 which measures 1.500" I.D. x 1.987" O.D. It's commonly used on 2,700 lb axles.
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  • What Replacement Grease Seals do I Need for 44646 Bearings and 44610 Races?
    In order to know what grease seals you need, it depends on if your bearing 44649 is on both the inner and outer bearing or just the outer bearing alone. If you determine that both the inner outer bearing is numbered 44649, the correct replacement grease seals you need is the # 10-9. If, however, just the outer bearing reads 44649, the correct grease seal you need is the # 58846.
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  • How to Measure to Identify Correct Replacement Grease Seal
    First, make certain that your new seal has the exact same part number or dimensions as your old one. Seals come in many sizes and can differ as little as a few thousandths of an inch. That small diameter change can mean the difference between a good fit and no fit. Two seals that may appear identical in size to the naked eye could still have slightly different dimensions. It is not reliable to use an old seal to match up to a new one since over time they can become deformed. If you can...
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  • How to Pick Out a Replacement Trailer Grease Seal
    Since the inner diameter of a grease seal is soft rubber it can be hard to get an exact measurement of it, or if it has worn out it may not be accurate. The best recommendation I could make would be to get the outer diameter of where the grease seal rides on your spindle. We do have a seal that has an outer diameter of 2.561 like you said you need. Check out part # 168255TB. This seal has an inner diameter of 1.687 inches. There might also be a number stamped on the outside of your grease...
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  • Replacement for Oil Seal POS1501925TB
    The Seal POS1501925TB is for oil and it has an inner diameter of 1.5" and an outer diameter of 1.987". We don't have an oil seal in this size but we do have a grease seal, the Grease Seal part # 10-9 which measures 1.500" inner diameter x 1.987" outer diameter.
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  • Cross Referencing 10-9 Replacement Grease Seals for Aliner Trailer
    The key for selecting a replacement grease seal is the reference number, in this case # 10-9. The manufacturer code does not matter. This is a single-lip seal with an inner diameter of 1.500-inches and an outer diameter of 1.987-inches. It is compatible as a replacement for the following other manufacturers' parts: Dexter 010-009-00 Transcom 15191VB National 474276 NOK AR2266FO Chicago Rawhide 14840 If you prefer a double-lip seal in this same size use # RG06-020 which is sold as a pair.
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  • Can a Double Lip 10-60 Trailer Bearing Seal be Used In Place of a Single Lip 10-9 Seal
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