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Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing - L68149

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TruRyde Trailer Bearings and Races - L68149

High-quality, tapered roller bearing is designed for high-speed use. Replacement part uses industry-standard number.

Features:

  • Inner diameter: 1.378"
  • Matching race (sold separately): L68111
  • Application: inner bearing for #84 spindle


L68149 Replacement Bearing





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Video Transcript for Repacking Trailer Bearings Demonstration

Today on This Old Trailer were going to show you how to repack the wheel bearings on a disc brake set-up. We have already gone ahead and removed our wheel and tire from the trailer. We began by removing the dust cap off the end of the axle. We will need to remove our caliper bracket. We will undo the two bolts here on the back side, where we can then undo the bracket and set it off to the side. We will also go ahead and remove the outside brake pad.

Now here in the center of the axle, where we removed the dust cap, we will need to clean the grease off so that we can see the cotter pin. We will then remove the cotter pin and the nut stop where we can now undo the nut with a pair of channel locks. This nut should not be very tight. After removing the nut, we can go ahead and pull the hub of our axle off. Now you will notice with the hub off that our spindle is exposed.

We can go ahead and clean the spindle off and make sure that its in good working order. We will make sure that it does not have any scratches or nicks in the seal surfaces as well as on the bearing surfaces. With that done we will move over here to our hub where we can remove the bearing from the outside. Now when removing the bearing we will also be pulling out the flat washer. We can go ahead and set them off to the side.

Leave the flat washer with the bearing just to indicate which side that bearing came from. We will now flip the hub over where you will notice there is a seal. This grease seal will need to be removed. Now when removing the seal you will probably damage it, but its a good idea to go ahead and replace them anyway. There are several ways to remove a grease seal. You can use a large screwdriver or pry bar.

You can use a seal remover tool or you can use a hammer and a punch. Now these seals are a tight fit so they will require some work to get them out. Once the seals removed we can go ahead and remove the bearing and set it off to the side. We will now clean all the grease out of our hub. We will be using Brake-Clean to help break down the grease so that we can remove it from the hub. We will also want to inspect the bearing races here and on the other side here. Again we will want to make sure that the races are in one piece without any cracks, chips, or scars in them. Now that we have confirmed our races are good, we will set our hub off to the side. We will now take the bearings and clean each individual bearing using Brake-Clean and some shop towels. We will go ahead and clean up the nut and the nut stop as well, getting as much of the old grease out of the way as possible. Now we have got both bearings, the flat washer, our nut, and nut stop all cleaned up. We have got our new seal. We will begin by repacking the wheel bearings. Now there are several ways to repack wheel bearings. We are going to go ahead and use a bearing repack tool, as this does seem to get the job done the best. Now to use a bearing repacker, we will go ahead and place the bearing into the tool and bring the cone down over the bearing. Well then apply pressure and allow the grease to come out the backside of the bearing. We can then remove the cone and the bearing and make sure that the grease surrounds all bearing surfaces. We can then drop it into our hub here on the backside. With that done were ready to install our new grease seal. We will place the seal into position and using a ball-peen hammer well lightly tap it into place. Now that the seal is in place well flip our hub over and repack the outside bearing and install it into the hub. With that done well take our hub assembly and slide it over the spindle of our axle into place. We can then install our flat washer and our nut using the channel locks to lightly snug the nut down. We will put the nut stop on and using a new cotter pin well slide it into place and bend it around. With that done we can reinstall our bearing cap dust cover. We will now reinstall our brake caliper. That will complete the process of repacking wheel bearings on a trailer with disc brakes.




Customer Reviews

Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing - L68149 - L68149

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (21 Customer Reviews)

High-quality, tapered roller bearing is designed for high-speed use. Replacement part uses industry-standard number.


- L68149

by: Steve S.02/09/2014


Product arrived faster than anticipated. Haven't actually installed yet, but quality looks good. They are Chinese but what isn't. I could have paid three times the price for the same thing locally. I've already recommended Etrailer to a friend. Thanks. 116120





Comments

I sold that boat and trailer last fall. No problems related to using your products. Ill go to you first on any future projects and recommend to friends.Thanks, Steve

Steve S - 03/03/2015

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by: Jim07/02/2013


Bearings and seals in stock, delivered fast and exactly what I needed. Thank You for your great customer service..... ready to transport my boat 1000 miles to Florida....Jim 87065





Comments

everything is fine and working the way it should, Happy New Year

Jim - 01/05/2015

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by: Jack11/16/2013


Low price and fast delivery. My local auto parts store quoted $115 for one of these $2.95 bearings! 107535





Comments

If only our Federal Government worked as well.

Jack - 11/16/2014

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by: Rusty O.07/21/2013


Good product - quick shipping - great pricing and customer service! 90713





Comments

Everything is still great...trailer is still rolling along.

Rusty O - 01/20/2015

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by: Ed03/10/2015


Product worked great, just returned home from a 600 mile trip and the bearings worked great. This was my first time doing a bearing replacement and the website videos made the job easy for me. As long as I own a travel trailer, I will be shopping here.?? 177765






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by: Glen C.05/01/2014


Ordered trailer bearings and bearing buddies for RV. Fast shipping, items priced below anything retail nearby, looked to be good quality. Bearing buddies install went smoothly. Definitely will be repeat customer! Thanks! 128465






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by: Jeff05/07/2014


Quick delivery..... kit convenient and gives you everything. If replacing one bearing , do it right and replace them all. 129484






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by: dave allen11/17/2014


everything was right and kim was very helpful . I will keep u in mind for all my needs 161318






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by: Jim10/08/2013


timely service . Product delivered as ordered. Easy installation. 103012






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by: Scott F.06/10/2014


The right part the first time. Need time to rate the bearings. 134880






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by: Gary08/15/2014


The products I received worked as promised, at a great price. 146933






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by: Carl m03/17/2015


Bought as spare so have not installed this yet. 178892






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by: rob b07/12/2012


got just what i needed in great time. well done 47694






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by: Paul05/07/2013


Exactly what I ordered. Very quick deli very. 79325






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by: Bill H.10/04/2013


bearing matches original and fits perfe ctly 102615






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by: Mike M11/04/2013


Perfect replacement for my bad bearing 106244






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by: richard allen04/09/2014


product performs as it was intended. 124417






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by: Joe T11/06/2014


Fits perfect. Quality product 159635






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by: john c05/08/2013


seem to be good bearings. 79353






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by: Mark L07/15/2014


Great for the price 141319






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by: Paul c04/24/2014


Just what I needed 127208




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  • What is the Inner Diameter of Trailer Bearings L44649 and L68149
  • The inner diameter of bearing # L44649 is 1.063 inches. The inner diameter of bearing # L68149 is 1.378 inches. Both fit on a #84 spindle. The matching race for bearing L44649 is # L44610. And the matching race for bearing L68149 is # L68111. These bearings and races along with a grease seal associated with them (10-19 seal), cotter pin, and tang washer are available together in a kit, # BK2-100. The seal inner diameter is 1.719 inches.
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  • Using Old Bearing Numbers to Find the Correct Replacement Bearing Kit for an Interstate Trailer
  • The best way to find the correct replacement bearings is to get the numbers stamped onto the metal of the inner and outer bearings that are currently on the trailer. With those you will be able to find the correct replacement bearings, races, and seals. If you find that the outer bearing number is L44649 and the inner bearing is L68149, then this is probably the correct kit. You will also want to check that the seal has an inner diameter of 1.719 inches. I have included a link to a video...
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  • How to Determine the Correct Replacement Trailer Idler Hub
  • To determine the correct hub for your trailer you will want to go by the inner and outer bearing numbers stamped into the metal of the bearings. With these numbers I can determine which hub is a correct fit. Hub # 84555UC1 uses inner bearing # L68149 and outer bearing # L44649. The inner bearing # L68149 has an inner diameter of 1.378 inches. Outer bearing # L44649 has an inner diameter of 1.063 inches. Bearing measurements are in decimals and go to the thousandth of an inch because...
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