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 - 25580 part number 25580 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Replacement Trailer Hub Bearing - 25580

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etrailer Trailer Bearings Races Seals - 25580

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


Features:

  • Inner diameter: 1.750"
  • Matching race (sold separately): 25520
  • Application:
    • Inner bearing for #42 spindle
    • Inner bearing for 8,000-lb and 9,000-lb axles
    • Outer bearing for #99 spindle


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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 - 25580 - 25580

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (39 Customer Reviews)

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


- 25580

by: Jon Moench10/03/2016


Exactly what I needed. Youtube showed me how to take out the old and put in the new bearings and races. They fit perfectly. The part no. was hard to research, but I was pretty sure what I ordered was the right set. I confirmed the part numbers when I beat the races out of the hub. The part number was embossed on the inside of the race and they matched the ones I ordered. I got them via ground delivery much sooner than they said. I received them in about three days and it only took an afternood to install them and new brakes. Can't beat the satisfaction of doing something yourself and saving hundreds of dollars in the process. 302823



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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. 302184



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by: James L02/27/2015


They look to be a quality product. I would have liked the bearings and races packaged so they could be stored with out damage or a chance of rusting. Two of these sets are spares so I don't have to sideline a trailer for an extended period. 176436



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by: Lloyd S.02/14/2012


Product arrived fast, and was just what I ordered. Katie was a super person to deal with. A real asset to the company. I would definitely do business here again, and I have already told my friends what a great place this is. 31851



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by: Ron02/05/2015


Actually the bearing is exactaly what I ordered, but should've ordered the race also. Luckly I have extra races from a prior order. I feel that I should've been asked about the need for races. Mostly my fault though. 172510



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by: harold f12/01/2016


The replacement parts I ordered were just what I needed. The sales person was very knowledgeable and helpful. My order was processed very fast and shipped the same day as ordered. Very good parts and service. 322637



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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 176157



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by: Brian B.03/14/2012


Anything I've ever bought from eTrailer has been a good value. eTrailer's customer service and follow-up with order information is the best of any company, in any industry that I have dealt with. 33857



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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 100188



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by: Pat B01/19/2017


My bearings came today, everything looks good and delivery was pretty quick for the standard delivery rate. 336976



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by: David Trotter11/09/2012


Excellent customer service and good product, and free shipping works out very well. David Trotter 59057



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by: Joe09/21/2015


fits my 1999 Kaufman 3 car wedge trailer with Dexter 12"x2" brakes 6k 7k lb axles 8 lug wheels 226701



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by: Joseph Hilton10/15/2016


Excellent service and quick shipping. I will be ordering all my trailer equipment from them. 308725



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by: Jerald03/07/2013


Real nice bearings, perfect match to replace my OEM bearings, but seem to be better quality 69409



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by: John O Connor07/17/2014


very happy with your products and service. You are my go to for all my trailer needs!! 141769



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by: Scott F04/19/2011


Seemed like a decent bearing. Looks like the same brand that I took out. 11990



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by: Craig m12/02/2014


Bolted right on ... Came super fast even with the thanksgiving holiday 163110



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by: Vince W.02/10/2011


Product was just what I ordered. Price unbeatable. Delivery was fast. 6963



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by: Nick W.07/11/2013


Received product, installed as expected, will see how it performs 88913



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by: Dick S.04/23/2013


Exactly as described but was not very well packaged for shipment 77555



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by: greg t03/23/2015


excellent service received the parts I needed and very quickly 180383



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by: Ryan06/13/2012


Bearing fit as expected, unknow if it was made in USA though. 44073



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by: Doug G05/21/2014


Installed bearings, will take a few trips to see how the do 131558



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by: GADozer06/25/2013


Perfect fit replacement for my M101A2 inside wheel bearing. 86028



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by: rhiney lapp11/22/2016


we will be doing more bussness with you good service 320745



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by: Tim S.11/07/2014


Very happy, it's a good product. Very fast shipping. 159796



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by: Ray-man09/06/2016


They worked just the way i would expect. 291744



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by: Gilbert12/05/2016


Great product,for the very low price 323636



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by: Tim W07/14/2014


Thank you AA++++++ experience 141223



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by: faw06/29/2016


Nice bearing and nice price. 266361



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by: DANIEL G11/20/2012


GOT FOR BACK UP JUST IN CASE 59820



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by: Brad F.11/04/2011


great quality and price 26564



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by: TONYC08/05/2014


EXACTLY WHAT I NEEDED. 144478



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by: WEF06/10/2016


Good price 260052



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by: Cliff Mc02/02/2016


Excellent 236795



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by: david shum07/07/2014


very good 139648



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by: Randy Kingsbury07/23/2016


Good fit 275590



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by: Nico09/06/2016


Works! 291688



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by: rick c08/21/2014


nice 147828

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  • Will the Dexter Trailer Hub Assembly # 8-213-5UC1-EZ Fit Work on a Boat Trailer
  • The Dexter Trailer Hub Assembly # 8-213-5UC1-EZ would be an excellent choice for your boat trailer as long as the hub will fit on your spindle and the weight capacity is compatible with your trailers axle. There are also a few other factors that we will need to look at to determine if this is the correct hub for your trailer. This hub will perform just as well as a galvanized hub and this type of hub has been used on boat trailers for many years. The first factors to consider when looking...
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