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Old 11-22-2016, 09:57 AM   #231
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The numbers will cross reference to any brand bearing, however being you have a lci axle, I'm not sure what bearing numbers you would have. When I purchased my rig, I took pictures of the Dexter tag / SN on the axle tube, called Dexter and they emailed me the axle build sheet and also verified all bearing and seal numbers. I didn't have to, but I wanted to be able to get parts on hand without pulling everything first.
Thanks John - I will call Lippert and do the same!
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Old 11-22-2016, 10:08 AM   #232
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I just bought Timkins on Amazon and they are made in the USA. I had the Dexter numbers for their made in China which I didn't want, I did a cross reference and got the Timken numbers. Amazon sells them by set numbers for both the bearing and race, was only $8 for the outer set and $7 for the inner or $30 per axle. Much cheaper than Dexter and made in the USA quality.
Can't say how I got it in my head that Timkens were now foreign made.
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Old 01-08-2017, 07:45 AM   #233
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BigJohn, how much torque did you apply to the shackle bolts? Mine came with no documentation and I don't find any useful documentation on the Mor-Ryde site.

EDIT: just found the install doc on the mor-ryde site.
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Old 01-08-2017, 12:16 PM   #234
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I had called them about the torque in addition to the instructions, as they changed it at some point, I think. I'd have to look back at all my correspondence with them. What you found should be correct.
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For some reason 50 ft/pds comes to mind.
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Thanks John - I will call Lippert and do the same!


Marcm, I pretty sure mine are Lippert too. If you find out what Timken bearings would work on our axles pls post it up... even if you do it in your own thread or here I'll find it
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Marcm, I pretty sure mine are Lippert too. If you find out what Timken bearings would work on our axles pls post it up... even if you do it in your own thread or here I'll find it
Will do SouthCo - Been tied up with work and since trailer is winterized haven't done much of anything with her. As soon as I come up with something I will let you know.
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Hey, love the top you made! how do you find getting in and out with the 4 legs? I used 2 legs in the middle then screwed a piece of wood into the wall along the bottom of the table to prevent it from going from side to side.
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The 4 legs work great on the table. Plenty of room to get in and out, and I'm not that small. My way was just one of many ways to make it stable, your way sounds good as well. I had my reasons for choosing the 4 legs opposed to securing to wall, but hard to explain. Has to do with the floor flex during extend / retract of the slide. Our table "floats" free of the wall per say as the floor moves down quite a bit during its retract / extend. Jayco didn't even secure the dinette back to the outer wall, but instead created a slot with angled aluminum for it to move in. Guess i could take a picture to explain my thought process.
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For some reason 50 ft/pds comes to mind.
Yup, 50 ft lb was bang on.
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