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How to Identify Replacement Trailer Bearings

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I am looking for new bearings for a 2008 Dutchment [email protected] It has the Al-Ko U35 FC 67.75/49.75/1416mm 28mm/OUT/OB SM 10U UL FE 545E P/N: 1791593

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The best way to identify replacement trailer bearings is to pull one of the hubs and remove the existing bearings. This should allow you to find the part numbers stamped into the bearing housing. The linked photo shows the typical appearance of bearing numbers. If you cannot find part numbers you'll need to measure bearing inner and outer diameters to the nearest thousandth, such as 1.234-inches. You can use a caliper like # PTW80157.

With those part numbers in hand you can search our site for replacement bearings. I checked the part number you provided, 1791593, but I could not cross-reference this to any hub or bearing.

You can use the linked page to view all of our trailer bearings, races and bearing kits. The linked article on replacing bearings may also be of interest to you.

If you need a bearing packer we offer the Powerbuilt Deluxe Bearing Packer # ALL647646 that can be used along with a grease gun such as # ALL940798 along with bearing grease # L11465.

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