Trailer Wheel Bearing Seizure Prevention Repack And Lube Guide Launched

R&B Hitch of Ocala has launched a detailed and informative new guide on how to repack and lube wheel bearings for trailers. The guide is targeted at anybody that wants to ensure their trailer is working optimally and safely.

An informative, detailed new guide has been launched explaining how important it is to ensure trailer wheel bearings are repacked and lubed. R&B Hitch of Ocala goes into detail on why it is important to repack and lube bearings regularly in order to prevent bearings seizing and wheels not performing optimally.

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The guide is targeted at anyone that uses a trailer regularly and wants to ensure the trailer is maintained to the best possible condition and performs as well as it should, avoiding wheel lock up.

Readers will find that R&B Hitch of Ocala is a company that specializes in offering top quality trailer services including trailer hitch installation, small welding jobs and repairs, as well as trailer wheel bearing repack and lube services.

The company strives to offer the best service at an affordable price. As well as this, R&B Hitch of Ocala also provides expert guidance and information on how and why it is important to maintain bearings for trailers.

The guide details that most wheel bearings need replacing every 10,000 miles or every year, as wheels are in constant use. If bearings are not maintained correctly and replaced at the right intervals, then they can seize, causing wheels to lock up.

Wheel bearings locking up is the most common issue for trailer owners. In addition to this, the guide explains how readers who have a boat that is dropped in salt water should replace their bearings more regularly.

Repacking wheel bearings is a reliable way to avoid wheel bearing problems and can help prevent wheel bearing issues if carried out at 6 month intervals, or annually if the trailer is being used less frequently.

To repack wheel bearings, the guide states that new grease seals, cotter pins and wheel bearing grease is needed, in addition to a seal puller, degreaser solution, cleaning brush, washing tub, side cutters, slip-joint pliers, floor jack and jack stands.

The guide goes on to explain how once all the necessary parts are acquired, repacking wheel bearings can be done by following 6 simple steps. These include removing the outer bearing, removing the inner bearing, cleaning the bearings, repacking the bearings with new grease, installing new grease seal and finally reinstalling the hub.

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