bing tracking image
Q & A Icon

Trailer Idler Hub That Uses a LM67048 Bearing and Has a 5 on 4-1/2 Inch Bolt Pattern

Question:

I need to replace 1 of 4 hubs I have on a trailer. The hubs are 5 bolt 4.5inch but the bearings and spindles use 1.25inch lm67000la cups and 2.328inch lm67010 cones. this does not seem to coincide with any of your 5 x 4.5inch hubs. I also need 4 spindle bearing caps for the 2.348

0

Expert Reply:

The LM67000LA is a Timken part number for a bearing cone with a 1.250" I.D. and a 2.328" O.D. This is the same as our bearing part # LM67048. The LM67010 is a Timken part number for a race with a 2.328" O.D. that matches our part # LM67010. The only trailer hub we have that uses this bearing/race and has a 5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern is the Trailer Hub Assembly part # T1721400042. This hub uses a LM67048 inner bearing (1.250") and a LM11949 outer bearing (.750").

Unfortunately, we do not have any grease caps with a 2.348" diameter.

expert reply by:
0
Conner L

Question:

Conner, Thanks. I mis-typed the cap diameter. it should have been 2.328, the same as the cups. I doubt you have any of those either? It seems this old boat trailer is odd in that it has straight spindles and hub bores. At that size they are all tapered spindles now. I may just buy 2 new complete axles.

0

Expert Reply:

The only option we have for a grease cap with a 2.328" diameter is the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors part # BB2328 for chrome or part # BB2328SS for stainless. This option will provide you with a easy way to protect your bearings by keeping water out and ensuring enough grease is in the hub.

If you can provide me with the spring center (SC), hub face (HF), and weight capacity of the axles you have now I would be glad to see if we have a replacement for you. Some of the older boat trailers have very odd spindles which is why we do not have an hubs that will fit them.

expert reply by:
0
Conner L

Products Referenced in This Question




Product Page this Question was Asked From


Q & A Icon

Similar Expert Q&A Pages

See More Q&A Expert Answers >>