High-quality, tapered roller bearing is designed for high-speed use. Replacement part uses industry-standard number. Lowest Prices for the best trailer bearings races seals from etrailer. Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing - 15123 part number 15123 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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High-quality, tapered roller bearing is designed for high-speed use. Replacement part uses industry-standard number.


Features:

  • Inner diameter: 1.250"
  • Matching race (sold separately): 15245
  • Application: outer bearing for 42655, 42656 and 8-174-5 hubs


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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 - 15123 - 15123

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (22 Customer Reviews)

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


- 15123

by: Gary H.06/08/2015


It was great doing business-- Customer service helped me with some options on my order when the races needed in a kit were not in stock for another 2 weeks. Sent the rest of my parts rather than wait for the races, (found the races locally at 80% more cost ) but I am able to get my boat trailer on the road in time for our planned vacation. Their prices will save you money! I highly recommend them and will order in the future. One small con- As I read in other posts, It would be nice to see them individually wrap all bearings and races ( rust preventive or kraft paper perhaps?) to prevent nicks and scratches in shipment, but otherwise I am completely satisfied with their service and pricing! 201683



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by: Ron S.07/19/2015


This was a perfect fit for my Lippert 6,000 lb. axle outer wheel bearing used on our 2006 Heartland Bighorn 3055 5th wheel. 213015


Comments

So Far, So Good, Better bearings than original.

Ron S - 08/17/2016

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by: Don K.10/25/2012


Had to return my first order. etrailer offers services for identification of bearings from numbers on the side of the bearing; type bearing used on type axle; weight class of the bearing; and "some" dimensions. None of the aforementioned were available to me and I matched the published dimensions. It was the missing dimension that was wrong and not published which led to the wrong order. All my orders with etrailer were right on except this one- tough situation for the supplier and the buyer, perhaps an area in need of improvement. 58142



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by: P. Frank11/16/2012


I have used etrailer bearings and races for the last 10 years on our 5th Wheel trailer. The etrailer.com web site is easy to navigate and the ordering process is helpful and easy to navigate. All my etrailer orders arrive on schedule and the products arrive in perfect condition. Based on my experience with etrailer I recommend ordering products from this company to all my friends that do their own work. 59574



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by: Homer09/30/2016


My order shipped and was delivered faster than expected. The parts are top quality and the installation has gone smoothly. I am very pleased with the staff at e trailer as they were very helpful, courteous, and were genuinely concerned with my order. I definitely will order again from e trailer and will recommend them to my friends. Thank you e trailer for your help. 302183



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by: Jeysson09/16/2013


Everything checked out pretty well. It all fit as it should and seems to be as same quality as what was removed. looking forward to using etrailer again for parts. Thank you, Jeysson 100186



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by: Kevin12/08/2016


I have an older boat trailer and was able to find all the parts I needed to get it back on the road on etrailer.com 325148



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by: Scott05/09/2016


Excellent service on both of my recent orders. Follow up and going the extra effort is appreciated . Thanks 249301



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by: Jerald03/07/2013


Great quality, perfect match and easy to replace my original parts with this new part 69404



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by: Dick S.04/23/2013


Exactly as described but was not very well packaged for shipment 77554



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by: Tim S.11/07/2014


Very happy, it's a good product. Very fast shipping. 159795



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by: Tim W07/14/2014


Very pleasant experience . Will shop with u again. 141222



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by: Ryan06/13/2012


Bearing fit as expected, unknow if made in USA 44075



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by: Ray-man09/06/2016


They worked just the way i would expect. 291753



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by: Brian G.05/17/2015


Perfect fit, easy install, great price! 193713



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by: von08/22/2015


good product great shipper 221051



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by: Norm09/01/2016


Did not use (spare parts) 289958



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by: Alan P.10/05/2015


Bearings are great. 229184



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by: Mike L05/15/2015


Good bearings 193346



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by: Randy Kingsbury07/23/2016


Worked well 275588



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by: David Shum03/13/2014


Look good! 120621



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by: david shum07/07/2014


very good 139647

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  • Parts for Lugged Hubs on a Mobile Home Axle with 15123 inner and 25880 Outer Bearings
  • It sounds like you have a spindle that uses the Inner Trailer Hub Bearing, item # 25580, that has a 1.750 inch inner diameter. The outer # 15123 bearing has a 1.250 inch inner diameter. I would check the seal surface on the spindle to be sure that it matches the # RG06-070 seal inner diameter of 2.250 inches. Many times mobile home axles use non- standard parts so careful measurement of all of the parts is required. If all of these dimensions match, then you will need to determine whether...
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  • Recommended Trailer Hub for the # 15123 Outer Bearing
  • I have a recommendation for you, however, you will not be able to use the # 15123 bearing with your current hub. The 15123 bearing will fit on your spindle, but it will be too large for the hub and race. I have a few recommendations for you. If you have trailer brakes, I recommend the etrailer Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly 5,200 lbs. and 6,000 lbs. Axles # AKHD-655-6-K. This hub and drum will work with electric or hydraulic brakes. If you have an E-Z Lube Spindle, you will want the etrailer...
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  • How to Determine the Weight Capacity of a Dexter Hub and Axle
  • Based on your bearing dimensions, I think Dexter meant to say that the replacement hub for you is a 6-lug hub rated for a 5,200 lb axle, not that it is a 5,200 lb hub. Your axle is likely rated for 5,200 lbs, especially since the axle tubing has a 3-1/2 inch diameter. I have not heard of a hub with a 6-lug bolt pattern for a 10,000 lb axle or a 10,000 lb axle with 3-1/2 inch diameter tubing. The Dexter Hub Assembly, # 42655UC1, that you referenced is likely going to be the hub that...
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  • 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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  • Can a Hub with Outer Bearing 15123 and LM67048 Both Fit Same Spindle
  • The inner diameters of the LM67048 and 15123 both are the same (1.250 inches). That means that a hub with either bearing in the outer bearing would fit your spindle. The part # AKHD-655-6-EZ-K would fit your axle.
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  • Can Mobile Home Axles Be Converted to Standard Trailer Wheels and Hubs
  • The thing about mobile home axles is that they are usually designed for one time use and the spindles have non-standard dimensions so we don't have hubs that would fit them. The best option I could make would be to replace the axles with new ones so that you can use a normal style of trailer wheel. To see all of the axles we offer check out the link I attached. If you need axles with different dimensions you would need to find a local place that can custom order you axles.
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  • Replacement Bearings for an AL KO 5,200 lb Axle
  • The AL-KO 5,200 lb axle uses the inner bearing # 25580 and outer bearing part # 15123 and grease seal # RG06-090. For races you would want # 25520 and # 15245.
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  • Bearing and Seal Recommendation for a 6k Dexter Axle
  • You will need to pull off your current hubs to remove the bearings and seal to get the numbers so that we can determine for sure what you would need. But MOST likely the correct kit you would need would be the part # BK3-100. This kit comes with outer bearing # 15123 and inner bearing # 25580 and seal 10-36 # RG06-070. This is the most common bearings and seals used on 6k Dexter axles, but you need to verify your bearing and seal numbers to be certain.
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  • How Do Axles Attach to a Trailer or Mobile Home Frame
  • The first thing you should know is that if you went and got 3 mobile home axles then they would have to be new, never used, because they are meant for one-time use only. If you have 3 regular axles then they should be fine as long as they are in good working order. Axles attach to a frame through the suspension. The axles are attached to the leaf spring stacks with a u-bolt kit and the leaf springs are bolted to hangers that are welded to the bottoms of the frame rails. Assuming...
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  • Replacement Rotors and Calipers Needed for a 2003 Mastercraft Single Axle Boat Trailer
  • To determine the correct Hub and Rotor for your 2003 Mastercraft single axle boat trailer you will need to determine what the inner and outer bearing part numbers are inside the hub, the brake mounting flange bolt pattern and the correct bolt pattern for your wheels. In my experience the Mastercraft boat trailers have an integrated hub and rotor that utilizes oil bath seals and caps. The integrated hub and rotor would need to be removed and a new hub and rotor would be needed to replace...
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  • Recommended Hub/Drum and Idler Hub for Timbren Axle-Less Suspension # ASR35HDS02
  • For a brake drum hub, Timbren recommends the # 8-201-9UC3-EZ from Dexter Axle, which features a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt circle. For an idler hub, go with the # 42655UC1-EZ. Both hubs use the # 25580 inner and # 15123 outer bearing, which is compatible with the spindle used by the Timbren # ASR35HDS02 axle-less suspension you referred to. If you go with the hub/drum, you'll also need a brake assembly. I'd recommend going with a Nev-R-Adjust assembly, like # 23-459 for the right side and #...
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  • Recommended 12 x 2 Inch Brakes for Older Flying L Gooseneck Horse Trailer w/ 4 Bolt Mounting Flange
  • When it comes to brakes for your boss's older Flying L gooseneck horse trailer, I believe that I have exactly what you are looking for, # 23-105-09 and # 23-106-09 for a 6,000 lb axle. I have included a picture which includes the mounting hole measurements for these brakes. Although these measurements are very close to those that you have provided, I recommend measuring one more time to ensure that they will work for you. As for hubs with a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern, you can use Trailer...
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  • How to Choose 6-on-5-1/2 Hub/Drum Assemblies and Brakes for an Axle
  • Replacement hubs are selected based on the bearing set used in the originals. The linked picture shows you the typical location and appearance of bearing, race and seal part numbers, but if you cannot find those you can measure the spindles with a precision caliper to the nearest thousandth of an inch (1.123). The locations to measure are shown also. I included a link to our main page for all 6-on-5-1/2 bolt pattern hub/drum assemblies. These come with the appropriate bearings, races,...
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  • Choosing Replacement Brake & Hub Assemblies for 28-Foot Haulmark Race Trailer
  • If you cannot be sure what the weight rating is for the axles on your Haulmark trailer you can contact them with your VIN number and they should be able to confirm this for you. If not, you can choose brakes that are the correct size, say for example the 7 x 1-1/4-inch like the Dexter # 23-47 you referenced, and choose the highest-rated brake in that size. Sometimes a 7000-lb axle may be de-rated and referred to as a 6K axle. The link provided will take you to our main page for all electric...
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  • Need a Grease Seal With Inner Diameter of 1.845 Inches and Outer Diameter of 2.442 Inches
  • We offer a range of grease seals in various sizes. These can be seen on the link provided. You can select parts based on the seal inner and outer diameters or you can use the bearing number from your trailer to search for a grease seal. I have attached two photos, which show where such part numbers are typically found and where to measure the spindle and hub bore to obtain accurate inner and outer seal diameters. The trouble with measuring the original seals is that they may have been...
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  • Replacement Trailer Wheel for Mobile Home Axle with 4 Bolt Wheels and Star-Shaped Pilot Hole
  • Mobile home axles are designed for one-time use only by the manufacturer. Because of this it is very difficult to find any replacement parts. It kind of sounds like you are talking about a 4 on 9.44 bolt pattern. We do have some wheels like this that I have linked for you. I do not recommend keeping that axle because of the lack of parts available and because its designed for one-time use. What I would do is replace the axle. You can order an axle from a local tractor or trailer supply...
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  • Availability of Oil Bath Hub/Rotor for 6K Axle on EZ Loader Trailer
  • The rotors included with the Kodiak 12 Inch # K2HR526DS Disc Brake Kit you referenced can easily be converted from grease to oil bath hubs by using the the Kodiak XL ProLube kit part # XLPROLUBE2440KIT. The ProLube kit includes 2 oil caps, two oil seals and an 8 oz bottle of oil. The kit is compatible with the disc brake kit I've recommended. The disc brake kit uses the Kodiak 225 calipers you referenced. The # K2HR526DS kit will be compatible if your existing hub/rotor uses a 25580...
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  • Can a 14125A Trailer Wheel Bearing Replace a 15123 Bearing
  • No, the # 14125A bearing has different applications than a # 15123 bearing. The outer diameters are different. Both are readily available bearings. If you have a 15123 bearing then you would need that same bearing as a replacement. If you can provide the inner and outer bearing numbers on your existing hubs, I can make some recommendations for replacement parts. I have included a video on bearings for you.
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  • Correct Bearings and Seal for Al-Ko Axle 407725.9
  • Thanks for providing your axle part number. I spoke with my contact at Dexter Axle, which acquired the Al-Ko company, to obtain your axle information. Your axle uses the following parts: Inner Bearing, # 25580 Outer Bearing, # 15123 Seal, # RG06-070 (pair)
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  • Disc Brakes, Tires, and Wheels for Timbren 5,200 Pound Axle-Less Trailer Suspension System
  • For 5,200 pound axles such as # ASR5200S04 I recommend disc brake kit # K2HR526D which will accept wheels as small as 15 inches. Only certain kits with certain bearing sizes will fit the spindles on the axle-less systems so 15 is as small as you can go. That means a 225/75-15 tire and wheel combo, see link. This size has an outer diameter of 28.4 inches. For a tire and wheel in this size that has a higher enough capacity for 5,200 pound axles I recommend # AM32680 rated for 2,830 pounds...
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  • How to Add Brakes to a Trailer Axle
  • Sounds like you are looking to upgrade a trailer from having idler hubs to one that has brakes. There are several things to consider and determine to do this. If you check out the FAQ article I attached you will see exactly how to add brakes to a trailer that didn't have any. I attached articles. One for adding electric brakes and one for adding hydraulic brakes. You will need to remove your hubs to either get the bearing numbers or spindle dimensions so that you can determine what...
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  • Idler Hub for Use on Tie Down Axle Part 46648 from Venture Trailer
  • I was able to find some details about the Venture square axle part 46648 in my research. This square axle is indeed rated for 5200-lbs, is 98-inches long overall including spindles, is galvanized and works with spring centers of 72- or 75-inches. A bit more digging allowed me to determine the bearings required for the included spindle are inner bearing # 25580 and outer bearing # 15123. Since these are the same bearings used in the hub # 8-213-51UC1-EZ it will fit on your spindles. This...
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  • Axle Replacement Recommendation for a Trailer With Mobile Home Axles
  • Mobile home axles are designed as one time use axles. They usually have odd spindle sizes on them that make them incompatible with standard trailer hubs. The only recommendation I could make for you would be to install new axles on your trailer. I attached a page that has all of the axles we have with the correct hubs included. You will need to select the capacity you need from the facets on the left, followed by selecting the overall length axle you want from hub face to hub face,...
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  • Replacement Bearing For Timken 15123 Trailer Hub Bearing
  • We do offer the Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing, part # 15123 for your trailer but I was unable to find a cross-reference for the Timken 09067 bearing you stated you need. You can measure the inner diameter and see if there are any bearings from the attached pages that would work as a replacement for you. We also offer the matching race for the 15123 and that is part # 15245.
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  • Identifying Replacement Wheel Bearings for Unknown Hubs on Boat Trailer
  • The easiest way to identify the needed replacement bearing kit is to obtain the reference numbers off the existing bearings. Your best bet would be to clean the existing bearings and closely examine them for the reference numbers. Given the inside diameter you provided, the bearings could be a # LM67048, # 15123 or # 14125A, all of which have a 1.25 inch inside diameter. All three bearings are listed as outer bearings for certain hubs, none of the hubs we offer would use these as both...
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  • Hub And Drum Recommendation For Standard Axle
  • The Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly that fits axles without E-Z Lube is part # 42656. This uses the same seals as the hub and drum assembly you referenced. The only difference is the grease cap that will not have the removable seal for access to the zerk fitting on an E-Z Lube axle. This hub and drum uses bearing part # 15123 and part # 25580. I have included a link to a product review for this hub and drum.
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  • Bearing Kit Availability for a Hub with Outer Bearing of 15123
  • Most likely you would need either the part # BK3-100 or the # BK3-110. Both of these kits use the 15123 as an outer bearing and a 25580 as an inner bearing. Here's what you will need to do to determine which kit would potentially fit. Measure your spindle where the inner bearing and grease seal ride. The bearing area diameter should be 1.750 and if the grease seal area is 2.250 then you would want the part # BK3-100 or if it is 2.125 you would want the part # BK3-110.
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  • Fit and Compatibility of Upgraded Hubs on a 84 Eager Beaver 9 Ton Tri Axle Trailer
  • Yes, the # 8-219-13UC3 will fit onto your 84 Eager Beaver 9 ton tri axles. Your old outer bearing # 15123 has the same inner diameter as the # 14125a on the 9/16 stud # 8-219-13UC3 hub. Some important things to know about this new hub compared to your old ones is that the bolt pattern will change from a 6 on 5-1/2 to 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern. Also the bearings you will need to use will be different, even though they will both fit the spindle the new hub will require the use of the new...
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  • Recommended Replacement Wheel Bearings On An Airstream Trailer
  • Yes, the Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing, # 25580, is the replacement for the Airstream trailer bearing 4T-25580. It has an inner diameter of 1.750 inches and has the same outer diameter as well. If the (back)INNER bearing is the 4T-25580, then there are 3 different common outer bearing combinations. If you have a 6,000 lb axle, the outer bearing will be # 15123 and grease seal # RG06-070 will be needed as well. The bearing kit that includes these 3 parts is # BK3-100. If you...
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