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Old 04-05-2013, 01:50 PM   #1
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Parts numbers for all Escape trailer bearings and seals

Large Inner Bearing – L68149 Race L68111
Small Outer Bearing – L44649 Race L44610
Grease Seal – RG06-050 OR 58846


These are the part #’s I order from my supplier. They should cross reference with most any supplier.

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NOTE: Typo in a number has been corrected as of March 8, 2016.
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Glenn, it is now a sticky!! Thanks for the info.
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Old 04-05-2013, 04:34 PM   #3
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These are not exactly the numbers given before. I see two differences on the bearings. Hope you have rechecked those. Thanks.
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Yes, I agree, the one bearing is 44659 vs 44649, not sure which is correct now, can someone verify so we can correct our sticky?
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I asked because of existing confusion and then I copied and pasted the response I got from Reace.

Don't know what to say.
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Yes, I agree, the one bearing is 44659 vs 44649, not sure which is correct now, can someone verify so we can correct our sticky?
I contacted Dexter Axile last time using my axile serila # and they gave me these part # Inner Bearing= L68149 Outer= L44649.
BEARING KIT # 27-085= $18.90 EA

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I contacted Dexter Axile last time using my axile serila # and they gave me these part # Inner Bearing= L68149 Outer= L44649.
BEARING KIT # 27-085= $18.90 EA

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Those are the part numbers in the parts diagram (page 25 of Dexter Axle's catalog section for 2300-4000 pound capacity axles), which I linked in the recent Wheel Bearing Maintenance discussion (post #157). I can only guess that there was a typo in the differing bearing number from Reace.

Bearing suppliers may still need to use a cross-reference, or use dimensions instead of part numbers, if they are not using the same bearing and seal supplier as Dexter.
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Confirmation of Tonny R's post, from Tammy at ETI:

Every parts store has a different number for the brakes and bearings. The information required really is Dexter #10 Torflex Axle. The parts store will then look up their parts number.

Inner L 68149
Outer L 44649

This axle is one of the most common axle sizes.
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I have a 2016 21C (older body style). Does anyone know where I can find the correct Dexter EZ Lube part / serial number for my axles? I did find a sticker on the rear axle but its mostly disintegrated. Thanks!
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I have a 2016 21C (older body style). Does anyone know where I can find the correct Dexter EZ Lube part / serial number for my axles? I did find a sticker on the rear axle but its mostly disintegrated. Thanks!
On the axle, unfortunately. Are you asking about the bearings and seals? Kent uploaded this image, I scooped it for future use. I hope it helps you.
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Are you asking about the bearings and seals?
Yes, and the brake pads. Thinking about purchasing entire brake assembly after watching this vid:

Sun's going down here now, I'll try taking a closer look at the axles tomorrow.

Thanks.
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Install waterproof connectors for electric brake wires...plug and play next time. But, those tires!
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Yes, and the brake pads. Thinking about purchasing entire brake assembly after watching this vid:

Sun's going down here now, I'll try taking a closer look at the axles tomorrow.

Thanks.
Easier just to do the entire assemblies. Then you have all new parts.

For entire Dexter Nev-R-Adjust assemblies these are the ones you want (pair)
(they still need an initial adjustment)
https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Bra...0aAsR_EALw_wcB

For standard assemblies (pair):
https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Bra...86-087-00.html

There are also other off-brands that will work like TruRyde and an etrailer house brand. More money but I personally stick with Dexter.

If you want to try your hand at just replacing the shoes these should work. x4 for dual axle
https://www.etrailer.com/Accessories...BRKR-S-10.html
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Easier just to do the entire assemblies.
Not for folks that have been doing their own brakes since they were a teenager.

Anyone that can replace the whole assembly can also do brake shoes and bearing servicing.

The only reason that I'd replace the whole assembly would be if I could get one with a parking brake. It'd be a great anti-theft device.

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Not for folks that have been doing their own brakes since they were a teenager.

Anyone that can replace the whole assembly can also do brake shoes and bearing servicing.

The only reason that I'd replace the whole assembly would be if I could get one with a parking brake. It'd be a great anti-theft device.

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True Ron. Maybe it’s not much easier but I imagine some rusted hardware might cause a headache if just doing the shoes. The standard Dexter assembly I posted are parking brake ready.
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The standard Dexter assembly I posted are parking brake ready.
Didn't know that. If I didn't have such a secure storage area I'd consider switching just for that feature.

Only instead of a tongue mounted activation lever it'd be in a very out of sight location. Let the thief hook up thinking that it's a trailer with no wheel lock etc. and discover how hard it it to tow a trailer with all 4 wheels locked up and no obvious way to unlock them.

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rubicon327: Thanks for all the great part info!

I did crawl under the trailer today and found a serial number for the rear axle after some work with a sanding pad. It's centered on the backside of the axle.

Thanks for all the other comments as well.
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