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LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can

LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can

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This LubriMatic lithium-complex based grease meets high-temperature requirements for wheel bearings for all disc and drum brake applications. Fastest Shipping and Guaranteed Lowest Prices for LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can. Read our customer reviews of LubriMatic lubricants sealants adhesives. Call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service or order your lubricants sealants adhesives part number L11380 by LubriMatic online at
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LubriMatic Lubricants Sealants Adhesives - L11380

  • Brake and Bearing Grease
  • Grease
  • Standard Bearing Grease
  • 16 oz
  • Polyurea - Conventional
  • LubriMatic
  • Lithium Complex-Based

This LubriMatic lithium-complex based grease meets high-temperature requirements for wheel bearings for all disc and drum brake applications.


  • Resists high temperatures
  • Formulated with lithium-complex thickeners for high heat applications
  • Rated GC-LB by the NLGI - the highest possible rating in its class
  • Made in the USA


  • Quantity: 16-oz (1-lb) can
  • Application: wheel bearings for disc brake and drum brake applications
  • NLGI grade: #2 (about the consistency of peanut butter)
  • Drop point: 500 degrees F
  • Meets Ford specification MIC 198-A

PRIMGHTG16 Plews & Edelmann LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temp Wheel Bearing Grease for Disk and Drum Brake Applications - 16-oz Can - Red

Compares to LubriMatic L10333

Replaces 11380

Recommended for GM part number: 1051344

Customer Reviews

LubriMatic Prime Guard High Temperature Wheel Bearing Grease - Red - 16-oz Can - L11380

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (68 Customer Reviews)

This LubriMatic lithium-complex based grease meets high-temperature requirements for wheel bearings for all disc and drum brake applications.


Not even 2 years after install all rusty. Electric brake pin broke due to rust.
Impossible To remove 4 bolt holding connector due To rust. I do not recommend


Quick shipping, no problems with the pa ckaging.


Happy with product. Canister was damaged in shipment from being shipped in same box as heavy leaf springs, but etrailer quickly sent out replacement item of charge!! GREAT customer service!!!!!


Great product. Easy to use.. No issues since bearing maintenance.

After 1 year no problems or issues.
Daniel - 03/28/2022


There were no part numbers on my utility trailer's bearings and the part numbers on the hubs were not matching anything I could find online. I called eTrailer and spoke with Ashley. She did a great job at mapping over exactly what new part numbers I needed and had them shipped out; she was super helpful and patient. Everything fits and is working perfectly with my new ST175/80/D13 wheels and tires on my 5x8 2000 Eagle Utility Trailer. Prices are good and service was excellent. If eTrailer should improve on anything it should be the packaging. One of the new hub dust covers was bent/dented but still usable. Still worth a 5 star rating!

Been towing that little trailer around for over a year with heavy loads and the parts I ordered/installed are holding up perfecty. Thanks again.
Brad - 05/09/2017


Great replacement parts. Easy to install. After a year of use, the brakes continue to work perfectly.


I'm giving this grease a high rating mainly because it is being sold/recommended by etrailer. I think the only truly valid evaluation of any lubricant would be in strictly controlled laboratory conditions, such as electron microscope examination of wear patterns on bearing surfaces, changes in axial and lateral tolerances after a given number of revolutions or elapsed time parameters, etc. Otherwise, improper installation protocols, like over- or under tightening of axle nuts, overloading of the bearings, worn and leaky seals, etc. could be the true causes of bearing failures. All I can report is that there was no evidence of viscosity inconsistency or difficulty in application.


have not repacked my wheel bearings yet,but looks like a quality grease with the proper rating for trailer axle bearings.

very high quality working great.
scott a - 03/20/2018


Seems to be good grease. The important thing for me personally was that the support people at Etrailer educated me to learnt that there is a difference between bearing grease and HIGH Temperature bearing grease. They made sure I had the right product for repacking the bearing on my car trailer!!!


Order arrived very quickly. Placed on Friday, arrived on Tuesday from Mo to Pa. Items were packed well and arrived in good condition. Upon initial inspection all items appear of good quality. Ordered tires, brakes with backing plates, hubs ,seals and grease. Haven't installed any items yet, but I am sure I will have no issues. Free shipping is a plus. Additionally unlike other free shipping offers that are out on the back burner for a week, order was processed and shipped promptly. I have recommended etrailer to friends and would highly recommend them to anyone.


Grease can arrived in great condition. Applied to bearings well.
etrailer answered questions about which grease to purchase for
my trailer. Thank You etrailer.


I was very happy with the bearing order. It was delivered at my shop about 1:00 PM the next day. The price was good and the PR was exemplary. I wish you could have cross referenced my bearing numbers to be able to identify the brake drum/hub. My neighborhood provider cross-referenced it within 15 seconds and sold me a pair of drums. He identified my axles providing me with the brand name and capacity. This may be a service you may want to research about providing your customers. In prior orders, you have provided great service and immediately corrected an error. I really appreciated that dependability. Thanks.


The L11380 Lubrimatic wheel bearing grease is a quality product, I have used for a long time.


the grease was used on the
trailer, it looks good but only miles will tell.
I am very happy with the service and phone call from the company. The call was to clarify my order. This is five orders over a few years.


This wheel bearing grease worked fine for my Airstream trailer wheels.


So far so good. I ordered a bunch of stuff from several sites the night I got my brake parts. etrailer was the fastest order for fillment and the first on my porch by far. Everything fit like it was supposed to and this far seems to be working well. Can’t ask for more then that


Good service and shipped quickly.
product to use. I just don't like the hand packing.
Hard to take a picture when your all greased up

For this follow up a year later, I need to pack the bearings again. Only thing I wish I had bought more so I dont have the down time of waiting. E-TRAILER is my source for parts for my trailer. Good price and delivery times.
Marvin L - 03/29/2014


Parts arrived quickly and in good shape. Fit and worked perfectly. Easy job, made easier by using the assembled backing plates. Thanks etrailer!


Just starting my new business I knew I would have to do things myself to save money. Etrailer Made it simple with one phone call. Lori was knowledgeable and easy to talk to and I saved hundreds ordering from them. My local trailer sales and service was triple the price.

Thanks etrailer.


There might be a better wheel bearing grease out there somewhere but I like this grease.


Worked well, 16 oz is enough to complete 4 wheel bearing replacements.


There are several options in bearing grease which is pleasing when wanting a certain type of lube! Well done!


It was in the packaging


I used this grease on my camper bearings. It held up very well.


Arrived undamaged.

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    Before you added the new grease did you completely remove all of the old grease from everywhere? I bring it up because not all greases are compatible with each other and it can cause the grease to break down. It wouldn't happen over night but it is something to think about. You should be able to spin the wheel but it wouldn't just spin and spin like the Price is Right wheel; it would go around maybe once or so (depending on how hard you turned it). Also, if this is a hub and drum brake...
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  • Recommended Grease for Dexter Hubs and Bearings on 2016 Forest River Travel Trailer
    Repacking your trailer hub bearings with grease and also checking for damage or wear is recommended every 12 months or 12,000 miles. I have also attached a helpful trailer maintenance schedule for you to look at. I recommend using the Prime Guard Wheel Bearing Hi-Temp Red Grease # L11380. This is a polyurea-based grease that meets high-temperature requirements for all disc and drum brakes and is great for wheel bearings, too. To avoid any compatibility issues, you may want to first clean...
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  • How Much Grease Should I Buy To Pack Wheel Bearings
    The Prime Guard Wheel Bearing Hi-Temp Red Grease part # L11380 16-oz tub will be enough to pack the wheel bearings and grease the spindle on your travel trailer. I have attached a helpful article for your reference about packing the bearings. The grease is designed for wheel bearings and other automotive parts such as ball joints and steering linkages so you can use it on other projects as well.
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  • What Is Causing My Trailer Hubs To Overheat
    There are a couple reasons to why this is happening to you. One reason may be that your castle nuts are tightened too tight or there is improper lubricant being used. You need to be using high temperature grease like # L11380. It also should be mentioned that it is not a good idea to mix grease types. It also could be a case of the hubs being overloaded leading to hubs being overheating. The last thing I would check is the brakes. If the drum pad is adjusted too high or if there is a...
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  • Can I Mix Different Color Greases To Fill Trailer Hub with Zerk Fittings
    The color of the grease isn't a good indicator for compatibility, you should be using their base for this. The most common base is Petroleum. The Petroleum based greases can come in many different colors so in some cases it can be okay to mix colors and other it won't. If you don't know what is in your hubs currently then it's best to repack everything with new grease so you don't run into issues. You should be doing this once a year anyhow. I recommend the Prime Guard Wheel Bearing Hi-Temp...
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  • How To Pick Out the Correct Grease To Use for an RV Travel Trailer
    The most common trailer grease base is Petroleum. If you don't know what is in your hubs currently then it's best to repack everything with new grease so you don't run into issues. You should be doing this once a year anyhow. I recommend the Prime Guard Wheel Bearing Hi-Temp Red Grease part # L11380.
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  • When Should Trailer Wheel Bearings be Replaced
    We recommended to repack the wheel bearings on your trailer every 12 months or 12,000 miles. There is not a specific guideline as far as actually replacing the bearings. When repacking them with grease, you will also just want to check for any damage or wear and replace anything if needed. As long as everything looks fine, there is no need to replace the bearings based on time alone. If you will be packing the bearings by hand, I recommend using a grease like the Prime Guard Wheel Bearing...
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  • How to Protect Replacement Trailer Bearings for Long-Term Storage
    If you want to store replacement bearings for an extended period until you need them I recommend coating them with the same wheel bearing grease you will eventually pack into them, like # L11380, and placing them in a zip-lock type plastic bag to keep out moisture and dust. Coating the bearings with grease and using an air-tight bag will keep them in like-new condition for years. You can even squeeze most of the air out of the bag before sealing it.
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    In regards to grease compatibility brand is not really relevant but rather the base of the grease. The majority of hub/bearing greases will have a petroleum/polyurea-base so the Prime Guard Wheel Bearing Hi-Temp Red Grease part # L11380 for the can or part # L11465 for the tube will be just fine. There can be issues with mixing two different kinds of grease but this is not really as common of an issue as you might think because again most trailer bearings greases will have a petroleum/polyurea-b...
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  • Travel Trailer has Squeaking Brake Drums
    First, on drum brakes they do need to be adjusted so that there is a slight but constant drag of the pads on the drum when the wheel is turned. If this is what you are hearing then it is normal. To determine if that is the sound you are hearing you can adjust the pads in and then turn the wheel. If the noise stops then that was the issue. But you will need to adjust them back. It could also be some bearing noise. You will need to make sure the bearings are packed with grease. I have included...
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    I spoke with my contact at Superwinch about the LT2000 winch, # 1120210. He said that the gears are pre-greased but to regrease them you could take the covering off of the winch to access the gears. Clean off all of the old grease and then use wheel bearing grease such as # L11380, to grease the gears. There are no fittings on the outside of the winch to grease the gears. None of the other parts need to be lubricated.
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    If you just have idler hubs and not braking assembles on your trailer then I don't think the wrong size bearings are the problem. If you did install the wrong size bearings then they would have had to of been larger and in that case you would have a lot of play on the idler hubs, not resistance. I believe the problem you are experiencing has to do with the amount of torque that was applied to the castle nut that attaches the ider hub to the spindle. If you take a look at the 6:00 minute...
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