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Old 04-05-2023, 05:28 PM   #1
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Wheel bearings

I've a 2018 Whitehalk, 23 MRB. Wondring what the thoughts are on interval between greasing weel bearings.
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Old 04-05-2023, 06:14 PM   #2
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I travel about 5k per year and do mine every spring prior to the camping season. I fully admit it is overkill but I feel better doing a visual inspection of my spindles, bearings, brakes etc.

Depending on the mileage you put on yours every other year or so may be sufficient.
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I take mine in every other year and have them inspected and repacked. Probably 10-15k or less.
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Overkill here too... every year with less than 5,000 miles travelled.
Burned out a bearing last year, stranded, paid too much for one bearing replacement ($1400) in Louisiana.
Changed out the 'made in China' bearings, including the new ones.
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I take mine in every other year and have them inspected and repacked. Probably 10-15k or less.

Where do you take a big camper to get them inspected and repacked?
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Check tire dealers. Most will do it but not all. They need a lot of space so an appointment is called for.
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