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Repacking Trailer Bearings Demonstration
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Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing - 02475

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Code:   02475


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


  • Inner diameter: 1.250"
  • Matching race (sold separately): 02420
  • Application: outer bearing for 8-231-8, 8-218-9 and 8-187-7 hubs

02475 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 - 02475 - 02475

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (10 Customer Reviews)

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

- 02475

by: Al Scribner10/13/2016

I put disc brakes on my 38 foot 5th wheel travel trailer due to the poor brake quality of the manufacturer. I now drive on the highway with much greater confidence for our safety. The stopping power of these brakes is incredible. The quality of the brakes are superior. I installed them myself finding the instructions accurate and easy to follow. There was a small part missing out of the brake line kit and the part was overnited to me by E Trailer. I have purchased many items from this company and have found the products to be of top quality and fairly priced. The customer service is outstanding. Thank you. 306847

- 02475

by: Carl04/16/2013

The product seems to be fine, althought with bearings you cannot really tell until they have been used for a while. I did not rate this higher because of the very poor packaging job etrailer did. I ordered 8 bearings and four seals. Instead of being individually wrapped they were placed in a plastic bag together where they were free to rub against each other. That is not the correct way to ship an item like a bearing that can be easily scored or bent. 76317

- 02475

by: Mark03/24/2013

Very satisfied. Friend of mine had contacted your support for items needed for bearing change...same trailer as mine. I just duplicated his order, arrived on time, and every part correct. Will always come here first. Prices are the best. 72157

- 02475

by: Joe P.02/03/2015

Bought the complete replacement bearing set for my Fifth Wheel camper and as always very pleased with the price and fast shipping. Hard to beat the price, just keep coming back, good people to deal with.. 172306

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by: Gilbert02/26/2015

I received order on time as I was told , all parts looks great ,,,I have not installed yet,,but I will continue to get my parts from Etrailer,,Great prices,,On time delivery,,,,Thanks Mark,,and Etrailer 176155

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by: Chris K03/08/2016

We use etrailer for all of our trailer parts purchases now. They ship quickly and their prices for the same parts are cheaper. I have yet to have an issue with a purchase. 240165

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by: Nick W.07/11/2013

Received product, installed as expected, will see how it performs. 88910

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by: Gilbert12/05/2016

Great product,for the very low price 323634

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by: faw06/29/2016

Nice bearing and attractive pricing. 266360

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by: bill08/21/2015

excellent 220693


Ask the Experts about this etrailer Trailer Bearings Races Seals

  • How to Determine the Correct Parts for a Bearing Kit for a 5,200 lb Dexter Trailer Axle
  • For your 2006 Colorado fifth-wheel trailer with 5,200 lb EZ Lube axles, there are a couple of possibilities. The best way to determine the correct parts is to disassemble a hub on one side of the trailer and get the bearing part numbers off of the bearings that are on the spindle. I put together a drawing showing where part numbers are and/or how to measure to determine the correct parts for trailer hub and drum assemblies, see link. If your hubs have a 6 on 5-1/2 inch bolt circle, you...
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  • Is TruRyde Outer Bearing # LM67048 Equal to Timken Bearing 02475
  • The outer bearing in the TruRyde Bearing Kit, part # BK3-300, is part # LM67048. This outer bearing has an internal diameter of 1.25 inches and uses a bearing race # LM67010 with an outer diameter of 2.328 inches. The bearing kit # BK3-300 is designed for 5,200-lbs axle, 6,000-lbs axle, and 7,000-lbs axle. I looked up a Timken # 02475 bearing and it also shows an internal diameter of 1.25 inches, but is rated for a larger 8,000-lb axle, so it will be used on a larger hub with a different...
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  • Recommendations For Boat Trailer Maintenance With Bearing Buddy System
  • The purpose of the Bearing Buddy system like part # BB1980A-SS is to maintain the proper grease level for your bearings. Most of the systems like this have an indicator that shows when the grease is at the right level. It would be a good idea to check the level before any trip you plan on taking. Every year and periodically throughout the towing season you will want to check your trailer out. You will want to test the lights, and visually inspect the suspension to check for signs of...
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  • How to Check Grease Level in Bearing Buddy Trailer Wheel Bearing Protector
  • It sounds like your trailer has Bearing Buddies installed in place of grease caps. The zerk fitting where you insert the grease is sitting on a spring loaded disc or piston that will move outward away from the hub as grease is added. Push on the edge of the piston with your finger. If the disc doesn't move, add grease until the piston moves. You don't want to overfill the hub, as it will cause the grease seal at the rear of the hub to blow out and let the grease escape. I've linked you...
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  • Will the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit # K2HR79E Work with the Dexter EZ Lube 7000 Pound Torflex Axles
  • I spoke with my contact at Kodiak and he said that the Disc Brake Kit, # K2HR79E, will work with your Dexter EZ Lube 7000 pound Torflex axles. In addition to the brake kit, you will need the following: Inner Trailer Hub Bearing, # 25580, Qty 2 Outer Trailer Hub Bearing, # 02475, Qty 2 Grease Seal, # RG06-070, Qty 1 These will work with wheels that have an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern and 9/16 inch wheel stud diameter.
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  • Availability of Complete Bearing Kit for Dexter Axle on 2008 Jayco 5th Wheel Camper
  • We do offer complete trailer bearing kits for a variety of combinations of inner and outer bearings, races and seals, but we do not happen to offer one that includes each of the components you require. You will then need to order the components as individual parts. Your outer bearing is part # 02475; outer race is part # 02420, inner bearing is part # 25580; inner race is part # 25520; double-lip 10-36 grease seal (a pair) is part # RG06-070. If you do not already have one, you might...
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  • Recommended Parts Needed To Rebuild Tri-Axle Trailer With EOH Brakes
  • We have many of the components that will work for you but we do not carry axles that would be big enough to handle the heavy load you said your boat and trailer weigh. I recommend finding a dealer locally to get the right axle for your trailer and boat. When they build the axles for you they should also install brake mounting flanges and spindles to match the other items recommended below. Since you mentioned 8,000 lb axles, I will use that figure for my recommendations for the other...
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  • Recommended Brake Assemblies For 8,000-Lb Hayes Axle On Ditch Witch Trailer
  • The electric brakes I recommend for your 8,000-lb axles are the AxleTek, part # AKEBRK-8R for the right hand(passenger side) of the trailer and part # AKEBRK-8L for the left hand(driver side). These are self-adjusting brakes and also have covers for the adjuster holes to help keep dirt and debris out of the brake assemblies. If you are looking for disc brakes I recommend Kodiak, part # K2HR89DE. These have a 13-inch hub/rotor and an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. Bearings and the seal are...
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  • Dexter Hub Recommendation that has 8 on 6-1/2 in Bolt Pattern and 9/16 in Studs
  • I believe the part number you are looking for is the 8-218-9UC3. This is a 8 on 6-1/2 inch hub/drum that has 9/16 in studs. This has an 8k capacity and is designed for oil bath hubs. For an EZ lube grease hub version you would want the part # 8-285-11UC3. To verify that these hubs will work to replace what you have you will need to make sure the bearing numbers are the same. These hubs has a 25580 inner bearing and a 02475 outer bearing. I tried searching everywhere I could think...
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  • Is Dexter 12-1/4 x 5 Brake Assembly # 23-446 Compatible with Dexter Hub/Drum Assembly # 8-285-11UC3
  • I did not find any purchase history for you but the electric drum brake that you referenced, Dexter # 23-446, is a left-hand 12-1/4 x 5-inch-wide brake. Its matching right-hand part is # 23-447. The hub/drum you referenced, Dexter part # 8-285-11UC3, is a 12-1/4 diameter x 3-3/8-inch-wide hub. These parts do not work together. The brake is rated for 15,000-lb axles while the hub/drum is rated for 8000-lb axles. Both their sizes and weight ratings are incompatible with each other. You...
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  • Disc Brake Kit Recommendation for a Dexter 7,000 D-70 Trailer Axle
  • I did some checking and your Dexter D-70 axles have the number 42 spindle on them which is what the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit # K2HR79 that you referenced is designed to fit so it would work well for you. You will need to supply new bearings though. For that you would want the part # 25580 for the inner bearing and part # 02475 for the outer bearing. You should note that this outer bearing will be different from the one you pull out of your current hubs. Everything else will match right...
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  • Removing Trailer Bearing that is Stuck on Spindle After Removing Hub
  • The first thing to try to is add some penetrating oil like WD40 and let it sit for awhile. You can then try tapping the bearing to try and remove it. You don't want to hit it too hard because you can damage the spindle. It is possible that the bearing has become welded to the spindle. This happens if there isn't enough grease and it gets too hot. If this is your problem the bearing and spindle are both bad, in which case it is recommended to replace the spindle or axle.
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  • Recommended Hydraulic Disc Brake With E-Coat Conversion For 7,000 lb Tandem Axles
  • For your Lippert 7,000 lb axles, I recommend the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit - 13" Hub/Rotor - 8 on 6-1/2 - E-Coat - 7,000 lbs, # K2HR712E. This will give you the 1/2 inch lugs but not the oil bath as you mentioned. For this assembly, I recommend the # BK3-200 Bearing kit. For easy maintenance and monitoring, I recommend the Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors - Model 2441 - Chrome Plated (Pair), # BB2441. The Oil Bath option is only available with the 9/16 inch lugs in the Kodiak Disc Brake...
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  • Oil Bath Seals for Kodiak Disc Brake Kit for 7K Axles and 8 on 6-1/2 Bolt Pattern
  • Yes, using oil bath hub seals # 10-63 will work with the Kodiak disc brake kit you ordered, # K2HR79E. The kit already has the oil caps so you wouldn't need those. The brake kit does not include the bearings. You would need 2 of # 25580 and 2 of # 02475.
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  • Replacement Bearings, Races, and Seals for Kodiak Disc Brake Kit K2HR79E
  • We have everything you would need, but just not in a kit at this time. For bearings you would need # 02475 and # 25580. Race # 02420 and # 25520. Then for a grease seal part # GS-2250DL. Based on all of these part numbers it looks like you have Kodiak kit part # K2HR79E on your trailer.
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  • Disc Brake Kit Recommendation for 7,000 lb Dexter Axles
  • For Dexter 7k axles we have the Kodiak XL Disc Brake Kit part # K2HR79E which is a confirmed fit and would work well. You will need to provide the bearings though which are part numbers # 25580 and # 02475. For a grease seal you would need part # RG06-070.
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  • Kodiak Trailer Disc Brakes for 7,000 lbs AL-KO Axles
  • Yes, it is safe to assume that a 7K axle from AL-KO built in 2014 will have standard spindle and brake mounting specs. It looks like you were looking at disc brakes. If that is the case, the Kodiak Disc Brake Kit, # K2HR79E, that you came from will fit your axles. The bearings and seals are sold separately, so I listed them for you below Inner bearing - # 25580 Outer bearing - # 02475 Grease seal - # RG06-070 or Oil seal - # 10-63 You will need two of each part number. I...
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  • How to Pick Out Bearings for a Tandem Axle Pontoon Boat Trailer
  • I really wish there was a way to determine what bearings a trailer needed without actually pulling the wheel off and checking, but there isn't. The only two solution I have for you would be to remove the hubs and get the numbers that are stamped on the bearing or for you to remove the hubs and use a digital or dial caliper to measure where the bearings and seal ride (see pic). With that info I can help you figure out what you need.
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  • Recommended Hub/Rotor With E-Coating And 8 On 6-1/2 Bolt Pattern And Has 9/16 Inch Bolts
  • For a hub and rotor with an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern that uses 9/16 inch bolts and has an e-coat finish I recommend part # KHR1389E. This is designed for 7,000 lbs - 8,000 lbs axles and wheels 16-inch are larger. The races are included but the bearings and seal are not included. For the inner bearing you will need part # 25580 and for the outer bearing you need part # 02475. The inner seal you need is part # RG06-070.
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  • Recommended Raw Finish Kodiak Hub And Rotor With 8 On 6-1/2 Bolt Pattern and 9/16 Inch Bolts
  • We have just what you are looking for. The hub and rotor we offer that is made by Kodiak is part # KHR1389. This is a 13-inch hub and rotor with an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern that uses 9/16-inch bolts and has a raw finish. The # KHR1389 is designed for 7,000-lb to 8,000-lb axles and wheels that are 16-inch diameter or larger. The races are included. The bearings are not included. For the inner bearing you will need part # 25580 and for the outer bearing you need part # 02475. The inner...
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