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    nofish

    Not ready yet

    I am looking forward to seeing everyone and sharing some stories.

    nofish Yesterday, 10:36 PM Go to last post
    SuperD

    wheel bearings

    Unless you are driving coast to coast on a regular basis, you should get thousands of miles and years of service from your oil. The trick is to pay close

    SuperD Yesterday, 10:17 PM Go to last post
    oldguysrule

    Not ready yet

    Well it sounds like you are as ready for this cold to end as I am. Cant wait for some soft water. I will see ya at the show also.

    oldguysrule Yesterday, 09:43 PM Go to last post
    MackayGuy

    wheel bearings

    What brand of trailer do you have? Maybe we can help if we know that. I think most will recommend 80 or 90 wt synthetic oil.

    MackayGuy Yesterday, 08:55 PM Go to last post
    JDfisher

    wheel bearings

    All my trailer and boat info is in the boat under a cover with about a foot and a half of snow on top. I called a local dealer and a salesman told me

    JDfisher Yesterday, 07:38 PM Go to last post
    MackayGuy

    wheel bearings

    I know this doesn’t directly answer your question....have you checked with your hub and/or trailer manufacturer for their recommendations? I had oil

    MackayGuy Yesterday, 06:51 PM Go to last post
    JDfisher

    wheel bearings

    What type of oil are you guys using in your oil filled hubs and how often do you replace the oil?

    JDfisher Yesterday, 04:25 PM Go to last post
    Bduck

    Not ready yet

    Aaron, I'll see you there probably opening day.

    Bduck Yesterday, 09:01 AM Go to last post
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