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Old 03-20-2013, 03:34 PM   #1
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Wheel bearings / brakes 17B

Just got back from my mechanic.
Repacked outer wheel bearings, renew hub seals and adjusted brakes. Cost me $59.47. The same at the local RV shop would have been double that.
These bearings are still very good condition ( original to the trailer in 2008 ).
Last had them done March 2010.

Bearings ( inner ) L68149 or 129200
Bearings ( outer ) L44649 or 129000

Seals 58846 or 158800 or SE22
Axle #10 TorFlex
Brake shoes 10 X 3/4
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Old 03-20-2013, 03:42 PM   #2
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Old 03-20-2013, 03:53 PM   #3
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Barry's Automotive on Pemberton.

I make an appointment, but then I call ahead to make sure he has the bay open and the lot isn't plugged with cars. Not sure if he wants to do trailers or if it's just a favour as a long time customer.
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Does "Seals 58846 or 158800 or SE22" mean you have three different seals that were replaced, or are those three different part numbers for the same one seal? Thanks.
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Three part numbers for the same seal.
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Old 03-20-2013, 07:45 PM   #6
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Thanks Glenn for this information, once we get a complete list with all the part numbers we can make it a sticky.
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Glen did the bearings have a name on them ? Timken and sk are common bearing names, just wondering.
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No idea. I think the parts supplier should know, from the parts number.
I'm hoping to get a list of parts nos. for a sticky.
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If we were to have the bearing company along with the numbers from the old bearings anyone who has access to a bearing shop like BC bearing in edmonton could just buy the bearings and seals ahead of time. I think when I service mine when the snow is gone I will get the numbers and have spares with me. They are ushauly really cheap from these places, when I did my last trailer I seem to remember 30 bucks for everything.
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Only two seals were replaced @ $4.05 each.
The bearings are original to the trailer and were in good condition after 4 1/2 years so I don't think you'll be needing bearings on a 2012 trailer.
Anyway, the reason I gave three numbers for the bearings are that those are the numbers used by three different companies, so I think the parts supplier will know, just from the number.
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