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White Grease Hitch Ball Lube

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Reese Accessories and Parts - 58117


Hitch Ball Lube
  • Reduces friction
  • Will not break down
  • Is water resistant
  • Is non-toxic
  • Packaged in a 4-oz jar




58117 White Grease Hitch Ball Lube







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Video Transcript for Reese Accessories and Parts 58117 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at Part Number 58117. This is the Reese white grease hitch ball lubricant. This lube is going to get applied to your hitch ball. It's going to reduce the amount of friction between the hitch ball and the socket of your coupler. It's going to help extend the life of your hitch ball and make connecting and disconnecting much easier. The lube is going to be a non-toxic white grease that's designed so it won't break down.

It's also water resistant. It's going to come packaged in a four ounce container. By having the hitch ball lubricated, it can help keep your locking mechanism on your coupler working smoothly and properly, which is also going to prevent corrosion and it can also help quiet the connection. That's going to do it for today's review of Part Number 58117. This is the Reese white grease hitch ball lubricant. .




Customer Reviews

White Grease Hitch Ball Lube - 58117

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (45 Customer Reviews)



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by: Robert03/24/2014


Have used this product for a very long time, with excellent results. Lubication is a wonderful thing! I learned the hard way a long time ago when my trailer hitch ball was stuck. Had a hard time freeing up. Never used a lube before and this product is specific to hitch balls. No more problems. The price is the best here at etrailer.com. A jar will last many years. 121895





Comments

Great, good stuff, specific to trailer bail

Robert - 03/24/2015

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by: Keith D06/19/2014


All items received quickly. All items fit and work actually better than I though they might! The 2-5/16 ball cover is not too tight but stays put. The ball lube is thick and stays put, as well. Hard to find both of these items locally. Thank you etrailer...again! 136564





Comments

Still pleased with performance of both products. Both are currently in service today.

Keith D - 06/19/2015

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by: Lucinda L09/30/2013


I looked everywhere for this product - so had to order on line. ETrailer had the best price. This is the best lube for my ball hitch on my horse trailer. So glad I found it again. Thanks. 102015





Comments

I do not ever want to be without it! Will order from you again when I run out. Many thanks.

Lucinda L - 09/30/2014

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by: Ruth A05/30/2015


Could not find Reese Teflon Grease at any local farm store or trailer showroom/shop. I was able to order online and received it via USPS to my rural address. I like the product for these reasons. The teflon grease makes for quiet hauling which would otherwise bother the horses. The small container can be easily stored in the door of the truck without a mess. A tissue can easily clean up your hand. 198913






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by: Johnnie01/21/2013


I use this product to lubricate the hitch ball and other parts of the hitch equipment and it works great. It's also white and a little less "messy" than some other grease products. I used a container of it and had trouble finding it locally so I ordered it through e-trailer. It was delivered promptly and their service was excellent. 63627






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by: Bill12/26/2013


Good product, I first used it on a new hitch ball that I used to pull a 26' covered car hauler with for 600 miles. When I arrived at my destination I took a rag and cleaned off the hitch ball and found that I couldn't hardly tell that it had been used. 111243






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by: Roger04/22/2014


Never have had a problem with the receiver since I've been using this grease. Hard to find locally. One catch on the shipping though the cover had come off but luckily it only gunked up the plastic bag containing other item in box. 126467






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by: David W.05/10/2014


I'm am a competitive skeet shooter...a fellow shooter recommended your grease for the lubrication of my shotgun..years a ago he and his Dad built custom trailers and no longer is in the business because they retired. 129924






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by: Tim L03/06/2015


Great hitch grease. I used to be able to find it in a squeeze tube, but not in a few years now. They should still do the squeeze tube or put a brush top cap on the bottle. Would make application cleaner. 177187






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by: smk11/06/2013


I've been using this product for years and it's been keeping my trailer hitch ball in nice shape. I can't seem to find this anymore in my local Walmart, so I'm happy that etrailer carries this grease. 106485






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by: John M.02/02/2014


This is a must for towing, and less friction is always good, I use a B&W Tri Ball. It keeps the crome nice on an expensive hitch. then keep it covered with a hitch ball cover and no greasy mess. 115427






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by: Walter01/17/2013


This is great, a handy size as you do not need a lot of grease on your hitch. I have ordered multiple times from etrailer and have had excellent service.. I will use thr Em again in the future. 63328






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by: Jim C.05/18/2011


Great product. Stays on the hitch ball. Have use it for many years on my tow vehicle's hitch. Couldn't find it locally but found it at etrailer.com at a great price and reasonable shipping. 14650






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by: Lew K.10/17/2013


Had used this grease before when towing a race car. Works great. Had a very hard time finding this grease in the Florida Panhandle and for the life of me, I don't know why. 104120






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by: Michael K.05/27/2012


So far, so good. Used it to tow my new 2013 Rockwood HW276 tent trailer home today. The 2" ball still looks like new after towing the tent trailer 30 miles. 41778






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by: Keith G. Mims,Fla01/23/2015


This grease is really worth the price!! I have used it on many other applications other than on my hitch balls and 5th wheel plate... 171002






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by: diane s08/13/2014


the product was delivered with no problem. service was great with no problem. ordered and delivered fast with no problem. thanks. 146563






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by: ED06/29/2015


Love this product. We have used it for years. Haven't received the new batch yet since they sent a tail light instead of ball lube. 208218






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by: Robert11/16/2013


It's white grease. In the words of Groundskeeper Wille- Grease me woman! Works great on the hitch, doesn't get gummy or run off. 107561






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by: Kevin R05/27/2014


Had an older trailer that was just miserable to hook up to. Greased up the ball with this lube and problem solved. 132836






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by: Dean M10/02/2014


Excellent product. Like the white color and is not so messy. Works like it should and the service was great. 154183






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by: Ed07/17/2015


Exactly as described, high quality, fast shipping and great price. Excellent company to do business with. 212467






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by: KilroyJC08/12/2013


Make sure you grease your balls! This jar fits over 2" and 1-7/8" balls, which makes lubrication easy. 94675






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by: Angela06/07/2015


Does the job! Put this on my trailer ball and no more squeaks when towing! Great product, handy size. 201479






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by: Gerry T02/11/2015


So far so good. Only time will tell if this is better than the grease that I've been using. 173318






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by: Nick09/16/2013


I use this and have never had an issue with any rust or wear on my tongue or ball mounts. 100123






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by: Greg03/04/2013


This is what I was looking for and it works great. Excellent, fast service from etrailer. 68607






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by: jim n.09/17/2014


great for trailer hitches in a compact easy to carry size and best price on the web 151763






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by: Terry01/16/2013


It is a very good product, have been using it for 8 years. Can't buy it locally. 63304






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by: David T.02/03/2015


Works great for hitch ball lubricant. I'm going to try next on 5th wheel plate. 172283






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by: John C.07/06/2011


Been using this for years but nobody handles it in this small town. Great stuff. 18637






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by: mickey c08/27/2014


really like, keeps down rust and lubricates hitch ball for smooth operation. 148868






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by: jerry10/15/2014


Works as advertised. Not sloppy to put on. Stops wear of hitch ball 155926






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by: Mike G07/04/2015


Products were just as advertised and shipped in a timely fashion. 209288






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by: Chris Henning06/17/2015


Excellent Product & Shipping was LIGHTNING fast! THANK YOU 204115






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by: Simon12/13/2013


This lube helps keep your the tow ball as new and is a must. 110081






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by: Neal09/14/2014


Great Service! Great value for product! Quick delivery! 150958






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by: Steve02/23/2013


Fast shipping and excellent product 67517






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by: Steve02/22/2013


Fast shipping and excellent product 67409






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by: Ladyfern10/24/2014


What can I say? It's great grease! 157822






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by: Gaetano R.09/24/2014


Rec'd item fast great company! 152871






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by: Mike G07/30/2014


I think this will work great 143597






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by: Vince I05/01/2015


A little goes a long way 189355






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by: Ernie05/24/2013


Stays where you put it 81906






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by: phil07/07/2014


works great 139707




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  • Trailer Coupler is Stuck on Hitch Ball and Will Not Release
  • First, release the mechanism that holds the coupler onto the ball. It may be a lever or a knob that has to be turned. Some require a dual action move where you would push back or forward on the lever while lifting up on it. If you have done this and it seems to be stuck then it is most likely a binding issue. You can try moving the tow vehicle and trailer forward or backward to release the tension between the ball and coupler. Binding can occur if the trailer and tow vehicle are not...
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  • Coupler on Coleman Pop-Up Trailer is Difficult to Un Hitch on Uneven Terrain
  • I do not have a specific product to recommend, but you might want to check a few things. First, make certain that you are using the correct size ball for the coupler. (Silly, but I had to mention it!) Secondly, make sure that the coupler is in good repair and that the latching mechanism is properly adjusted and lubricated. If the latching mechanism on the coupler is a bit too tight, it could cause the problem you are describing. Finally, try applying a thin coat of grease on the...
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  • Trailer Coupler Gets Stuck on the Trailer Hitch Ball
  • When a coupler gets stuck on the ball it can be because of several factors. First, if there is tension between the truck and trailer then it can cause the coupler to bind and get stuck on the ball. You can try moving slightly forward or backward to relieve the tension. If that does not release the tension enough you can also use the trailer jack to lift both the truck and trailer a little to relieve the tension which will make it easier to unlatch from around the ball. You may also...
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  • Is it Necessary to Grease the Hitch Balls on Diversi-Tech Multi-Ball Mount DTSTBM6600-3S
  • It is always a good idea to use a little hitch ball grease like # 58117 on top of the ball before towing, as it helps extend the life of the ball and the closing mechanism on the trailer coupler. The lubrication allows grit to slide around more, instead of just grinding directly into the metal. If you are referring to lubricating the point where the ball attaches to the ball mount, then this would not be necessary according to Diversi-Tech, because both parts are stainless steel and...
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  • Will Rust on Trailer Ball Affect Its Performance
  • The small amount of surface rust on your ball will not affect its future performance. If the ball had been exposed to the elements for many months or years and the corrosion was more severe, I would be reluctant to use it. Since the rust is minor, you can use it with no worries. I would recommend keeping a light coating of grease like part # 58117 on the ball. This will prevent further corrosion, and will also quiet the connection to a degree. The Curt # C40085 has a raw, machined...
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  • Is the Tow Ready Stainless Steel Standard Hitch Ball # 63852 Corrosion Resistant
  • Stainless steel is naturally corrosion resistant so you should not experience rusting like you might with chrome or a raw steel finish. You can also use ball grease, # 58117, to assist in repelling moisture.
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  • Trailer Will Not Uncouple from Ball When Parked on an Incline
  • Usually if you can move the tow vehicle and trailer to level ground, you can uncouple. However, sometimes you have to be on less than level ground. If the coupler will not come off of the ball in this situation, you can use the trailer jack to separate the coupler from the ball. What is happening is the pressure from being on an incline is putting enough force on the ball to make uncoupling very difficult. What you can do to help prevent this in the future is to make sure to properly...
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  • Master Lock 2 Inch Ball Coupler Will Not Fit Over 2 Inch Ball
  • You should not have to remove the bottom part of the coupler to attach the coupler to the ball so something seems to be amiss. Double check the top of the coupler to make sure it is designed for a 2 inch ball and not a 1-7/8 inch ball. If fine-tuning the bolt does not fix the issue there could be something machined wrong with the coupler and it will need to be replaced. You can also try lubricating the latching mechanism and the ball using ball grease # 58117. Make sure it is clean first...
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  • How to Safely Uncouple a Trailer on an Incline
  • Whenever a tow vehicle and trailer are on an incline there will be pressure applied to the hitch ball and coupler. This will make it difficult to uncouple the trailer from the hitch ball. A trailer jack and/or hitch ball lubricant such as # 58117 can sometimes help. The tow vehicle and trailer should always be on a level surface when coupling or uncoupling, and wheel chocks should always be used to ensure the safety of those around the trailer and the trailer itself. We offer a number...
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  • Trailer Coupler is Stuck on Hitch Ball and Wont Release
  • First, release the mechanism that holds the coupler onto the ball. It may be a lever or a knob that has to be turned. Some require a dual action move where you would push back or forward on the lever while lifting up on it. If you have done this and it seems to be stuck then it is most likely a binding issue. You can try moving the tow vehicle and trailer forward or backward to release the tension between the ball and coupler. Binding can occur if the trailer and tow vehicle are not...
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  • What Would Cause the Top of a Trailer Hitch Ball to Wear Excessively After 300 Miles
  • If the ball is smaller than what the coupler requires then the coupler would be able to move around quite a bit and wear down the ball. If the ball is the right size then excessive tongue weight could be a factor. The trailer tongue weight is typically 10 to 15 percent of he gross trailer weight. The ball you use will need to be rated higher than the gross trailer weight. You can also lubricate the ball so that there is less friction. Some ball lube such as # 58117 would work well...
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  • Troubleshooting a Ball Mount Rusted to a Trailer Hitch
  • Sounds like your ball mount has rusted so badly that it is stuck in the hitch you have on your vehicle. What you will first want to do is liberally apply a spray lube like WD40 or liquid wrench to the ball mount. If the back of the hitch opening is open spray some down in there, down the front of the hitch opening and also on the hitch pin hole. Since you don't plan on using the ball mount anymore I would recommend taking a heavy hammer or sledge and hitting the ball mount into the hitch...
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  • Why is it Important to Make Weight Distribution Head Angle Adjustment
  • Weight distribution heads are adjustable to get the spring bars level or just below level with the trailer frame. Depending on the trailer frame, the head may need to be set at 90 degrees, it also may need to be tilted down as far as possible to keep the trailer level. This will also depend on the weight of the trailer and strength of the suspension on the vehicle. Head angle affects bar tension. With too much spring bar tension the rear of the vehicle could lift. Not enough tension...
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  • Can Rust on Hitches, Ball Mounts and Hitch Balls Like Tow Ready # 63803 be Prevented
  • Rust is not covered by the warranty on Tow Ready # 63803. However, there are some steps you can take to slow the process of rust forming. Hitches, ball mounts and hitch balls will always be exposed to abrasive road grit/sand, corrosive salts in cold climates and general dings from road debris, no matter what you do. On a powder-coated steel hitch, for example, you can do your best to keep the hitch clean (to remove salts) and to touch up with anti-corrosive paint any spots that might...
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  • Titan Trailer Coupler is Stuck on the Hitch Ball
  • Usually when a ball is stuck in a coupler it is because it is bound up. There is pressure somewhere that is not allowing the mechanism in the coupler to release its grip on the ball. You can try backing up slightly or pulling forward slightly as needed to release that pressure. Using the jack might also work but if it is lifting up the back of the vehicle and the front of the trailer then it would be wise to let the jack back down in case the coupler suddenly frees itself from the ball. Once...
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  • Recommended Grease for a Yard Cart
  • Ball grease # 58117 could potentially work for wheel grease on your yard cart. But an actual bearing grease such as # L11404 would be the better option since it was designed for this type of application. Even an all purpose grease such as # L11316 would work. When adding new grease to the cart be sure that you use compatible grease with what was on it or completely remove all of the old grease prior to adding the new grease. I have included a link to a help article on grease for you.
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  • How to Lube a Hitch Ball with White Grease Hitch Ball Lube
  • To apply grease to the top of a hitch ball with the part # 58117 all you would need to do is apply a small amount to the top of the ball. The coupler will then push the grease around and spread it evenly on the ball.
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  • Recommended Lube to Keep Hitch Ball Locking Mechanism Working Smoothly
  • I spoke with my contact at Reese and he recommended keeping a light coating of grease like part # 58117 on the hitch ball both top and bottom. This will keep the ball bearing locking mechanism working smoothly and prevent corrosion and quiet the connection to a degree. It will help extend the life of the ball too. The lubrication allows grit to slide around more, instead of just grinding directly into the metal.
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  • What Would Cause Hitch Ball to Wear Excessively After 30 Miles
  • I spoke with my contact at Draw-Tite and he said excessive turning could wear a groove into a hitch ball if the ball is not kept well lubricated. He recommended keeping the hitch ball well lubed with a lithium automotive grease like # 58117 to reduce friction. You will also want to check up inside the coupler for any debris that may be grinding away at the ball. Also if the ball is smaller than what the coupler requires the coupler would be able to move around quite a bit and wear down...
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  • Does a Blue Ox SwayPro System Wear Down a Hitch Ball Faster
  • It appears that the ball is being marred and gouged by the coupler. I would check the inside of the coupler to see if there is some sort of rough piece of metal on the inside that could be doing this to the ball. The ball is still fairly new, and highly rated, so unless you are exceeding its capacity and/or the coupler's capacity then you shouldn't see this happening on a properly set up weight distribution system. It is also possible that some debris got caught in between the ball and...
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