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Old 06-29-2019, 09:10 PM   #1
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Id like to replace my wheel bearings and seals. Im in British Columbia. First off how do I know what kit to get other than removing one tire and taking in old bearing/seal. Looked in manual but doesnt give parts. I can do the work myself... just trying to plan ahead with the parts.
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Removing the old bearings, races, and seal from one hub will be the most accurate way. Second, you could get the 9 digit serial (lot) number from the axle tube, call Dexter Axles, and they will give you the Dexter numbers for the parts, which can be cross referenced at the parts store, to the brand you're wanting to buy.

The Dexter numbers for individual pieces (not kits) will be close, or the same as major brands. Try for Timkin bearings, and double lip grease seals.
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Thank-you. I removed one hub and removed the bearings, race and seal. Need to hit the store tomorrow for brake cleaner, grease and the parts. Not a lot of places here in Prince George BC. Etrailer.com has all the parts but don’t ship to Canada
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Get under your trailer and take a picture of this label on your axle for it has the information you need to replace your bearings.
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That’s awesome thanks
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