White Lithium Grease contains a zinc additive which gives it the pristine white color, without the use of silicons. Safe to use even on plastic parts, and is designed to function in a wide variety of uses. Available in 16 oz. (1 lb.) can. Lowest Prices for the best tools from LubriMatic. LubriMatic White Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can part number L11350 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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LubriMatic White Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can

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LubriMatic Tools - L11350

White Lithium Grease contains a zinc additive which gives it the pristine white color, without the use of silicons. Safe to use even on plastic parts, and is designed to function in a wide variety of uses. Available in 16 oz. (1 lb.) can.

16 oz. Can White Lithium Grease

Includes zinc additive for a clean, white color. Ideal for general home, shop, automotive, agricultural and industrial applications. Contains no silicons and can be used on plastic components. NLGI#2, drop point 393 degrees F.

11350 16 oz. (1 lb.) can of White Lithium Grease.

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LubriMatic White Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can - L11350

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

White Lithium Grease contains a zinc additive which gives it the pristine white color, without the use of silicons. Safe to use even on plastic parts, and is designed to function in a wide variety of uses. Available in 16 oz. (1 lb.) can.

- L11350

by: Margaret C09/12/2013

Thanks for the quick delivery to Drummond Island, MI. Need to greased my silde in on my trailer often. 99567

- L11350

by: WAYNE B.07/13/2012



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  • Tips on Lubricating a Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch and Hitching Up to a Trailer
  • The grease fitting that is on top of the head unit on your Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, # RP30084, is used to lubricate the pivot points of the jaws. Using a lithium grease, # L11350, is acceptable. You will also want to lubricate the jaw itself, and the skid plate. For the skid place, if you want you can use a Lube Plate, # RP83001, or use automotive grade chassis grease like # L11316. The hitch should be lubricated and checked for proper function before each trip. If the jaws are...
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  • What Can Be Done To Help With Unhooking Fifth Wheel With Sidewinder From Ford F150 Short Bed
  • It sounds like the moving parts inside the fifth wheel head on your Reese 16K hitch need to be cleaned with WD-40, which will clean the area but it will not eliminate all the grease. This will help the fifth wheel head work properly. Then apply a light coating of all purpose grease, such as the LubriMatic White Lithium Grease, # L11350, to the skid plate and the jaw of the fifth wheel hitch. This will help reduce any metal to metal squeaking and wear and it will make it easier to unlock...
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  • What Parts Of B&W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Require Lubrication
  • I took a look at the installation instructions for the B&W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, part # BWRVK3500-5W. Per the instructions in the Helpful Tips section, they do list the areas of the hitch that need to be lubricated to assure good performance. I have attached a copy of the Helpful Tips section you can check out. Per the instructions the top surface of the coupler and the jaws should be lubricated with automotive type chassis grease. You can use a grease like part # L11350...
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  • Having a Hard Time Hooking Up to a 16K Reese 5th Wheel Slider Trailer Hitch
  • I spoke with my contact at Reese and I have some tips for you. First, he seemed to think that you may possibly not have the lock fully open and/or that the activation handle is getting caught or hung up on the latch or side of the hitch. You can make sure that the lock is fully open and if you see paint scraped off of the activation handle, latch, or hitch anywhere then you know that is the problem. Besides making sure the lock is open all the way you can take some white lithium grease...
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  • Can LubriMatic White Lithium Grease be Safely Mixed with Existing Grease on Trailer Bearings
  • The LubriMatic White Lithium Grease, part # L11350, can be used on your wheel bearings. If you want to remove it, you will just need to wipe the parts down as best as you can, and then you can use some brake cleaner to further clean the bearings. Take a look at our grease FAQ article I have linked for you. One of the most important things to consider when mixing different types of grease is that some types are compatible with each other, some are not. If you are unsure of grease compatibility...
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  • Recommendation of Replacement Landing Gear or Motor on 2006 Keystone Raptor
  • My recommendation would be to disconnect the motor and gearbox, as well as the strut that connects the two drives. Try to manually actuate each jack to see if they'll operate manually. Depending on the manufacturer of the landing gear, there might be replacement gears or the jacks might be individually replaceable. Many electric landing gear sets use white lithium grease for the gears and drive screw. If you are looking for grease to use on your current set, I recommend using our LubriMatic...
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  • Lubricating a Reese 16K 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch and Revolution Pin Box
  • If you are using Reese 16K hitch # RP30047 or # RP30866 then follow these instructions for lubricating the hitch: Lubricate the skid plate surface of the hitch with automotive type chassis grease, 5th wheel trailer grease # L10337, or use a plastic lube plate to provide a lubricated surface. On # RP30047 use engine oil to lubricate pivot points of moving parts within the hitch. For hitch # RP30047 or # RP30866, plastic lube plate # RP83002 can be used to avoid messy grease. The plastic...
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  • Jaws on Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Will Not Fully Close Around 5th Wheel King Pin
  • The Reese 16K Fifth Wheel Hitch # RP30047, has a groove in the handle that a latch rotates into. If the latch (not the handle) is not rotated toward the rear of the truck, the handle will not move and you should not be able to hook up. If the latch was not rotated and you attempted to hook up, some of the handle parts could have been bent. During normal hook up you should not move the handle out. Back the truck slowly into the trailer and allow the hitch to move the handle out. Once...
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  • Wheel Bearing Grease Compatibility Chart Availability
  • Check out the link I attached just to the right of this text, it has the grease compatibility chart you are looking for. It's near the bottom of the page.
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  • Can WD40 be Used to Lubricate Parts of a 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • WD40 is NOT the type of lubricant you would use for your 5th wheel trailer hitch. The problem is that a WD40 type of spray will end up attracting dirt and dust and debris and lead to more problems. With white lithium grease (either a spray or in a tub like # L11350) does not have that problem and it is a more heavy duty and longer lasting solution.
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  • Does the Lubrimatica White Lithium Grease Have a Shelf Life
  • I spoke to my contact at Lubrimatic and he informed me that there is no shelf life on grease. It will not expire.
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  • How to Lubricate the Bulldog Round Topwind Trailer Jack # F1413060334
  • Since you are having problems cranking the Fulton F2 Swing-Up Trailer Jack # F1413060334, I assume you have some rust or corrosion on the inner tube or on the main screw. Also, there could be a possibility that the old and the new lubrication had an adverse chemical reaction. This can lead to rust, pitting, scoring and breakdown of the greases ability to lubricate. I recommend greasing the inner tube, you can use the lithium grease like # L11350 for this, and cleaning out all of the...
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  • At what Temperature does the LubriMatic White Lithium Grease # L11350 Become Ineffective
  • The LubriMatic White Lithium Grease, # L11350, has a drop point of 393 degrees F. The drop point is the point where the grease begins to liquify and become ineffective. If the expected temperature of your application is around 150 degrees F, then you will have no problem using this grease.
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  • What Type of Grease is Used on the Stromberg Carlson Electric Landing Gear Set # LG-1
  • According to my contact at Stromberg Carlson, the Electric Landing Gear Set, # LG-1, uses white lithium grease for the gears and drive screw. If you are looking for grease to use on your current set, I recommend using our LubriMatic White Lithium Grease, # L11350.
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  • Are the Self-Adjusting Parts of the Nev-R Adjust Trailer Brake Assemblies Adequately Lubricated
  • On the self adjusting brake assemblies, like # AKEBRK-35L-SA, that I have seen, they have always been adequately lubricated. In the event that you would like to use a different grease, I recommend first cleaning off all of the existing grease as some greases are not compatible. It will not take but a small portion to lubricate the small self-adjusting component. You could use all purpose white lithium grease like # L11350 for this purpose. Be careful not to get grease on other components...
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  • Where to Lubricate a Reese Pro Series 16K 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch and what Grease to Use
  • It does sound like the hitch needs to be lubricated. You can lubricate the moving parts with automotive chassis grease or a white lithium grease such as # L11350. There are also white lithium grease sprays that you could use. After lubricating the hitch you should actuate the handle a few times so the grease gets in the nooks and crannies. You could then use hitch head cover # RP30055 to help keep out moisture and dust/dirt when not using the hitch.
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  • Availability of Sidewinder Wedge Compatible w/ Reese # RP30160 For Factory Tow Prep Pkg on 2015 Ram
  • The Reese # RP30160 does indeed use the same head as the Reese Elite Series, so the correct hitch-specific Sidewinder Wedge would be # SWW-01. The presence of the wedge will prevent a Teflon or plastic lube plate from being used, so for easier hitching and unhitching, Reese recommends using a thin coat of white lithium grease like # L11350 on the skid plate and on the sides of the wedge. Even though the Sidewinder won't be rotating in the hitch, you'll still have metal to metal friction...
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  • Arms on Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar Do Not Push In and Out Easily
  • There may be some dirt and debris interfering with the normal function of the tow bar. I would start by lubricating the arms, however lubricants like WD40 should not be used. Instead use a silicone-base lubricant like part # L11350. You may also need the Sterling repair kit # RM-910003-30. The kit includes the following parts to make repairs to the tow bar: (4) rubber caps (2) locking springs (2) retaining rings (2) shoulder bolts (2) Nylock nuts (14)...
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  • Atwood Brake Actuating Trailer Coupler Has Hard Time Releasing Hitch Ball
  • Replacing the shock on your actuator would result in an ever stiffer shock than what you have now. I do not think the shock is the problem. When lubricating the moving parts on the actuator you should be using grease and not a spray lubricant like WD40 because the spray lube can attract dirt and debris and gum up the works. I recommend using white lithium grease such as # L11350. You can also put some grease on the ball, once it is free from the coupler! If there is tension on the...
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  • Troubleshooting Fulton A-Frame Coupler That Is Not Latching Correctly On Hitch Ball
  • One of the biggest culprits that will not allow the latch to go down as far as it originally did is because there is dirt or debris in the mechanism. Also if it is really dry that can effect the latch. I first recommend checking for any signs of excess dirt or anything that would inhibit the latch. Then use a good lithium grease like part # L11350 and make sure all of the parts are well lubricated and working properly. Put some of the grease on the ball as well and try hooking and unhooking...
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  • Can Lithium Grrease Be Used To Lubricate A Fifth Wheel Hitch
  • You will not have any problem using lithium grease on your fifth-wheel hitch. Per the instructions for a fifth-wheel hitch, automotive type chassis grease is recommended so lithium grease like part # L11350 should work just fine for you.
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  • White Grease Recommendation for Windshield Wiper Gearbox
  • The white grease like the part # L11350 that you referenced is what you are looking for. Zinc is added to this general-purpose grease, giving it a white color so you can easily see it. You can tell when all the old grease has been replaced in a fitting because it will come out dark, whereas the new grease will look clean and white.
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  • Sidewinder Pin Box on 5th Wheel Trailer is Noisy when Turning
  • It sounds like your Sidewinder pin box might be in need of a little lubrication. With a Sidewinder the trailer pivots at the turret instead of at the hitch. The fit between the arm and the turret is very tight to the point where you can't move it by hand. All that friction can create noise. Lubrication will help. To lubricate the Sidewinder it is best to disassemble it to access the areas within the Sidewinder that make contact with each other. It is recommended to take it apart at least...
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  • Will Kodiak Boat Buddy Work With 21-Ft Stingray Boat
  • The Kodiak Boat Buddy for Drive-On Boat Trailers, part # KBB2 should work great for your 21-ft Stingray as it is designed for boats that are 21-ft long or longer. The # KBB2 fits 1/2 inch diameter bow eyes. The Boat Buddy designed for 21-ft and shorter boats, part # KBB1. works with 3/8 inch diameter bow eyes. As far as the mechanism locking up we haven't had complaints but you could use a bit of lubricant like part # L11350 to keep it in good working order. You do want to make sure...
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  • Ball in Remov-a-Ball Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Will Not Come Out on 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
  • The Remov-A-Ball gooseneck trailer hitches such as # 6300-4440 use a lever is a Z-shaped track to lock/unlock the ball. If the mechanism is binding up and not allowing the lever to move it could need to be lubricated. You would need to go under the truck to see the bottom of the mechanism to determine if it can be lubricated or if something is interfering with the operation of the lever. You should also be able to see if anything is corroded or broken and causing the problem. To release...
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  • How Do I Lube/Grease a Reese RP30869 Titan Slider?
  • I reached out to my contact at Cequent, the parent company of Reese, to follow up with their technical expert about your issue. There are not any grease fittings, our customer service representative must have pulled up the wrong part as we deal with several 5th wheel hitches...so my apologies on that. According to their tech, on the Reese # RP30869 the only thing you need to grease is the rails themselves and only with a thin coat of white lithium grease, # L11350. I took a look at...
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  • Boat Buddy for a Stingray Boat and Can the Boat Buddy Get Stuck Closed
  • There are 2 Boat Buddies and the one you need depends on the bow eye diameter on your Stingray. Boat Buddy # KBB2 fits 1/2 inch diameter bow eyes. the other one, # KBB1, fits 3/8 inch diameter bow eyes. If there is enough tension on the Boat Buddy that can cause it to bind up. A little lubrication such as with white lithium grease such as # L11350 will help prevent it from getting stuck.
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  • Tips for Fitting the 5th Airborne Sidewinder Standard Arm Into the Rotating Turret
  • I actually had the pleasure of fitting these two components together once and found that the fit is very tight. Most important thing to do is use a liberal amount of white lithium grease like part # L11350. I found that once you start the # SW16K into the # ST400 the easiest way to make it slide all the way in is to flip the assembly upside down, put blocks underneath the side that's unsupported so that its sits level, and then use a block and hammer to drive the pieces together.
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  • Grease Recommendation for a Reese Titan 16k Hitch part # RP30866
  • The recommended grease to use on your Reese Titan 16k Hitch part # RP30866 is white lithium grease like part # L11350. To clean off the old stuff a degreaser like Simple Green or even dish detergent would work. Hot water cuts grease better than cold water as well.
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  • Solution for Stuck Arm on Older Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar
  • There may be some dirt and debris interfering with the normal function of the tow bar. I would start by lubricating the arms, however lubricants like WD40 should not be used. Instead use a silicone-base lubricant like part # L11350. That's going to be the only solution for your tow bar since it's too old for our repair kits.
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