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UltraLube Biobased 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Plate Grease - 2-oz Squeeze Packet

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lubrimatic accessories and parts  ultralube biobased 5th wheel trailer hitch plate grease - 2-oz squeeze packet

  • Fifth Wheel
  • Grease
  • LubriMatic
This eco-friendly fifth-wheel grease is a safe, effective, mess-free alternative to traditional grease. Place the packet on your hitch plate and hook up the trailer. The weight of the trailer will smash the packet, dispersing the grease. Call 800-298-8924 to order LubriMatic accessories and parts part number L10337 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all LubriMatic products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for UltraLube Biobased 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Plate Grease - 2-oz Squeeze Packet. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.



LubriMatic Accessories and Parts - L10337

This eco-friendly fifth-wheel grease is a safe, effective, mess-free alternative to traditional grease. Place the packet on your hitch plate and hook up the trailer. The weight of the trailer will smash the packet, dispersing the grease.


Features:

  • Biobased 5th-wheel grease performs better than petroleum-based lubricants
    • Higher viscosity won't thin down at high temperatures
    • 4 Times the lubricating power means less friction, less heat and less wear on your equipment
    • Lower overall operating temperature is safer
  • Less harmful to the environment than petroleum-based oils and greases
    • Biobased and biodegradable
    • Renewable - made from US-grown crops
    • Non-toxic - safe for use around your house
  • Special formulation is designed to handle extreme loads
    • Resists water washout
    • Minimizes wear at all load levels
  • Freely mixes with traditional petroleum-based products
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: 5th-wheel hitch plates and other high-load situations
  • Quantity: 2-oz packet
  • Formula: biobased with lithium thickener
  • NLGI #2
  • Drop point: 338 F


L10337 Plews & Edelmann Ultra Lube Bio-Based 5th Wheel Hitch Grease - 2 oz

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UltraLube Biobased 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Plate Grease - 2-oz Squeeze Packet - L10337

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

This eco-friendly fifth-wheel grease is a safe, effective, mess-free alternative to traditional grease. Place the packet on your hitch plate and hook up the trailer. The weight of the trailer will smash the packet, dispersing the grease.

- L10337

by: Al D.11/05/2015


Excellent product - works as described and doesn't leave you with a greasy mess to store away for 'next time'. Great service as well! 231464


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Still working great. Highly recommended!

Al D - 11/04/2016

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by: Walker03/25/2014


As always...easy online navigation via etrailer, fast shipping, and great parts. Happy again... 122147


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  • Recommended Lubrication of B & W 5th Wheel Hitch
  • B & W recommends you lubricate the top surface of the coupler with an automotive type chassis grease like # L10337 or use a nylon lube plate like # RP83002 to provide a lubricated surface. They also recommend you grease the jaws with an automotive type chassis grease and grease the saddle through the grease zerk about every six months with multi-purpose grease like # L11316. This will allow the coupler to pivot freely. See the diagram I have included showing the location of the grease...
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  • How to Remove the Gooseneck Ball From a Hide-A-Goose Gooseneck Trailer Hitch
  • If your truck is equipped with a Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, item # 9462-30 or similar part number, the ball is released by a rod that is located in the driver side wheel well of the truck (see instructions link). The handle can be moved to the passengers side so if you do not see it in the drivers side wheel well check the passengers side. Once the locking pin is released the handle is moved into the locking slot and the ball can be removed. If the ball is installed...
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  • Recommendation for Grease and Adjustment of the Reese Trunnion Weight Distributing Hitch
  • We carry Trailer Hitch Grease - Hitches, Balls, Couplers, etc., item # L10337 for application on your hitch ball and trunnion ends. Any quality wheel bearing grease will work to grease these items but hitch grease is recommended because it adheres better and does not liquefy as easily when heated up due to the friction between the ball and coupler or trunnions and weight distribution head. Your trailer should be loaded to have between 10 and 15 percent tongue weight when it is fully...
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  • What Type of Grease Is Recommended for Fith Wheel Hitches
  • As a general all-purpose Fifth Wheel Grease, I recommend the UltraLube Biobased Fifth Wheel Grease, part # L10337. Two of the packets would simply be placed on the fifth wheel hitch plate on either side of the funnel, then hitch the trailer. The grease packets will burst on their own. I prefer the Nylon lube plates from Draw-Tite for the head surface, part # RP83001. If you use the lube plate, you can avoid using grease.
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  • Parts Needed to Install Demco Hijacker Autoslide DM8550024 on 2016 Ford F250 6.5ft w/ Factory Rails
  • Yes, the Demco Hihacker Autoslide # DM8550024 is the 18K 5th wheel hitch you ordered and will be compatible with your 2016 Ford F-250 6.5 foot bed with factory installed underbed rail kit. The Demco Hijacker Autoslide fifth wheel hitch # DM8550024 comes assembled from the factory to help make the installation easier and quicker. The only prep work necessary is to bolt on the side plates, which are included. You will not need any additional parts to install the Hijacker, but I did...
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  • Maintenance/Lubrication for a Reese Sidewinder Replacement 5th Wheel Trailer Pin Box
  • In the second to last page of Sidewinder instructions, linked to the right for you, they list the following: MAINTENANCE: 1. For ease of hookup; frequently lubricate the wedge surfaces, back side of the king pin, and the skid plate surface. 2. If resistance is present in the Sidewinder arm, apply a lithium grease to the bearing surfaces as described in the assembly section of this manual. 3. Keep pin-box hitch painted to prevent rust and maintain a good appearance. (Do Not paint over...
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  • Various Solutions When Having Trouble Unhooking or Uncoupling a Trailer from the Tow Vehicle
  • There are a couple of things you can do to make uncoupling the trailer easier, depending on what is causing the problem. If the spring bars on the weight distribution system, # RP66022, are too tight, you may need to go back and set up the system as if you are just installing it for the first time. I have included a link to the installation details below for reference. Another thing you can do to release tension from tight spring bars is to use the trailer jack to lift up on the trailer....
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  • What Size Wrench is Needed to Tighten the Bolts and Nuts on Reese Weight Distribution Head # 58167
  • We have the instructions for you to review (see link). Remember to park the truck and trailer on a fairly level surface and get the ball mount height right, 3/4 to 1 inch higher than level coupler height, and you will not have any problems. The wrenches needed will be 1-1/8 inch, for the bolts attaching the weight distribution head, item # RP58167, to the shank. You may want to get some grease, item # L10337, to lubricate the spring bars and ball on your new system. I have attached...
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  • Troubleshooting a Popping Friction Sway Control System when Towing a Camper Trailer
  • You can lubricate both balls with just a little bit of grease. You are correct about not greasing the slide bar. You can also try adjusting the tension for the best ride. If the tension is too high, it could cause the friction sway control to not move as well. Finally, after about the first 1,000 miles of towing, you should remove the slide bar from the sway control and clean all the friction surfaces with a wire brush. Repeat the cleaning process every 10,000 miles. I have included...
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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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  • Lubrication of Weight Distribution Systems to Reduce Wear on Spring Bars
  • It sounds as if you are talking about a system with trunnion style spring bars. They should be oiled to reduce the wear you are seeing. The recommendation is for heavy oil or grease to be applied when hooking up each towing day. The upper trunnions can be lubricated with heavy oil while hooked up. There are two oil holes in the ball mount top plate for upper trunnion lubrication, and the lower trunnions can be lubricated at the contact point between trunnion and lower socket. If you...
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  • Adjusting Reese Strait-Line Hitch, # RP66072 to Reduce Trailer Hitch Ball Grating
  • Adjusting the ball on the head unit of the Reese Strait-Line Hitch, # RP66072, in order to change the number links in the chains is going to require some trial and error. This is because each vehicle/trailer setup is different and there is not a universal formula for how many notches on the ball adjustment equal how many links on a chain. Most likely several adjustments will need to be made. Start by parking the tow vehicle and your trailer, loaded and ready to travel, on a level surface....
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  • Maintenance Requirements for a Pro Series 16K 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • For maintenance on the Pro Series 5th wheel trailer hitch # PS30855 you will want to Recheck tightness of all hardware every 1000 miles of use. And before each trip your should lubricate the skid plate surface of the hitch with 5th wheel hitch grease, # L10337, or use a plastic lube plate to provide a lubricated surface. Use engine oil to lubricate pivot points of moving parts within the hitch. The plastic lube plates can be used to avoid messy grease. The plastic lube plate must not...
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  • Comparing Reese Strait-Line # RP66130 and the Reese SC # RP66157 WD Hitches
  • First let's look at Reese SC Weight Distribution w Sway Control, item # RP66157. The main benefit of this system is that it combines weight distribution function with sway control, for an all in one unit that is very easy to use, set up and maintain. By definition, this weight distribution system will transfer some of the tongue weight of your trailer to the front axle of the tow vehicle. This will improve the handling and ride quality of your vehicle. What sets this system apart is it...
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  • Should Replacement Thule T2 Bike Rack Arm be Lubricated Before Installation
  • The first thing you will want to do is clean off the dirty areas you mentioned. You will want to avoid spray lubricants like WD40 because they can attract dirt and clog up the works. Some light grease such as # L10337 will work fine. Grease isn't a necessity but you can use it.
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  • Reese Strait-Line Dual Cam Hitch, # 66073, Making Noise When Backing Up On 2005 Chevy Crew Cab
  • If the Strait-Line weight distribution system is properly installed and adjusted correctly there should not be a lot of noise when backing up. There will be some binding noise from metal to metal contact when backing up, because the twisting and turning of backing into a campsite will make some noise. I will send you a link with the instructions for the Reese Weight Distribution 1,200 lbs, # 66074, which will show the adjustments that are made when the system is installed so you can check...
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  • Troubleshooting Difficulty Getting Ball Properly Connected into Trailer Coupler # AT81906
  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled an Atwood Trailer Coupler, # AT81906, and a 2-5/16 inch diameter ball, # 19286, to do a little testing. I found that the coupler can be a little finicky. If the latch is not pushed all the way down and out (toward the trailer), you will have trouble getting the ball to come out. I found that I had to push the latch lever down, pull it back (toward the trailer), and once it was all the way back, push it down some more while making sure it was pulled...
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  • Are there Wear Limit Specifications and Replacement Parts for Straightline WD System 66022
  • I spoke with my contact at Cequent, the manufacturer, and he stated that there is no specification on the thickness of the socket. We talked about the wear on your RP66074 WD system and he stated that 30k miles was quite a lot and some wear was to be expected. This wear could be made worse if the system is not properly and routinely cleaned and lubricated. It seems to me that if you are even remotely concerned about the system failing in any way, then it is probably time for some replacement...
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  • Replacement 5th Wheel Hitch Lube Plate for Demco 13K Autoslide Hitch
  • It sounds like you need a new lube plate for your Demco 5th wheel slider hitch. You can use 10-inch diameter Reese lube plate # RP83002 instead of grease like # L10337 for less mess.
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  • Weight Distribution Setup for a 2006 F150 4X4 Supercrew 5.4 V8 Towing 24ft. Car Hauler 8500lbs.
  • The best system for weight distribution and sway control would be the Reese Strait-Line system. With a weight distribution system you will need a Weight Distribution Shank and a properly sized and rated hitch ball with a 1-1/4 inch shank for use in the weight distribution head. An extended shank is not normally needed. For maximum safety and peace of mind you need to match the trailer gross weight and tongue weight to the weight distribution system, hitch and vehicle. Check the weight...
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  • Atwood 83000 Hydraulic Actuator Coupler not Coupling and Uncoupling Smoothly
  • Greasing the hitch ball with coupler grease, part # L10337, should definitely help. It will lubricate the moving parts around the ball and should allow the latch to operate more smoothly. When coupling, make sure the trailer is all the way down on the ball. Check and make sure the jack is not touching the ground any longer. This will ensure that the coupler is seated all the way down on the ball. When uncoupling, make sure the jack is not lifting up too heavily on the ball. If the...
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  • Grease Recommendation for a 5th Wheel Trailer Pin Box and Hitch
  • To lubricate the trailer king pin and skids plate on the hitch/pin box I recommend the UltraLube 5th wheel grease # L10337. It is sold in individual 2 ounce packets.
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  • Adjusting Dual Cam Sway Control and Greasing the Hitch Ball and Weight Distribution Spring Bar Ends
  • I believe that the dealer that set up your system meant that you will not need to adjust the cams on the weight distribution system as long as you are using them in the position they are set up for. If you are changing how the system is hooked up then you will need to readjust the cam arm, see note on page 4 of the instructions (linked below). When hooked up the cam on the cam arm should contact the spring bar in the center of the semi-circular cam surface. Adjustment is fairly straight...
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  • Grease Recommendation for a 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • You will want to consult the manual for the hitch you have to determine if there is a specific type of lubricant needed and for all of the areas that need to be lubricated. I do not recommend a spray lubricant such as # L10444 for 5th wheel hitch lubrication because it will not be heavy duty enough for the stresses involved with 5th wheel towing. For a better option biobased grease I recommend # L10337. It is sold in 2 ounce squeeze packets and should be used on the hitch skid plate....
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  • Jaws Will Not Release on Reese 16K 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • Ah, so the lube plate was causing some issues. Either it is time for a new one or you may want to switch to grease. I have heard of this issue on some of the Reese R-Series hitches such as # RP30867 but not the regular 16K hitches. For a lube plate for a regular hitch, like # RP30047, you can use lube plate # RP83002. For regular grease we have 2 ounce packages of grease # L10337.
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  • Is a Capture Plate Needed to Tow a 5th Wheel Trailer with a Curt E16 Hitch
  • You do not need a capture plate for the Curt E16 5th wheel trailer hitch. Capture plates are exclusive to PullRite hitches and are used to help activate its automatic sliding feature. You would just need to remove the capture plate on the pin box to use the Curt hitch. Be sure to use some 5th wheel grease # L10337. Or, if you do not want to deal with grease you could always use a lube plate, # 16721.
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  • Replacement Lube Plate for a Reese Titan/R20 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • Yes you can replace the top lube plate attached to the Reese Titan (R20) 5th wheel trailer hitch. You will need # 58457. Mounting hardware is included. The pockets are there if you wanted to use some grease though it is not necessary on this hitch. You could use a few packets of UltraLube grease # L10337. You could clean off the old grease and add new grease before every trip if you wanted. Otherwise you will want to inspect the grease before each trip to determine if it is too dirty...
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  • Recommendation of a Weight Distribution System for a 2004 GMC 1500 HD and 34 Foot 1988 Airstream
  • Weight distribution systems are selected by the tongue weight and trailer weight, fully loaded and ready to travel. For a 1988 34 foot Airstream trailer I would want to use a weight distribution system with sway control so that encountering high winds and passing large trucks on the highway will not cause sway problems. The Strait-Line Weight Distribution Hitch System 1,200lbs TW / 12,000 lbs GTW, item # RP66074, is designed for tongue weights between 600 and 1200 pounds and maximum...
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  • Is Installation Hardware Included with the Curt Class III Trailer Hitch for 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
  • Yes, the Curt Class III Trailer Hitch Receiver, item # C13300, comes with all of the hardware needed to attach the hitch to your 1998 Chevrolet Blazer. I have attached links to the installation instructions and an installation video. I have listed some items you may need to complete your towing setup. Wiring - # 18252 Ball Mount - # 2923 Hitch Ball - 1-7/8 Inch # 19260 Hitch Ball - 2 Inch # 19247 Pin and Clip # PC3
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  • Adjusting The Ball Height and Angle On a Weight Distribution System for a 2010 Ford F-150
  • Start off by parking the vehicle and trailer, loaded and ready to travel, on a fairly level surface. Measure the height of the hitch on your truck from the ground to the top of the receiver opening then get the trailer level and measure from the ground to the bottom of the coupler. If the hitch height is higher you will need to drop the ball and if the coupler is higher the ball will need to be raised. The Ball height should be greater than the coupler height by 3/4 inch to 1 inch to compensate...
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