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Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors - 1.98" Inner Diameter - 1 Pair

Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors - 1.98" Inner Diameter - 1 Pair

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Easy-to-install bearing protectors form a positive hub seal to keep contaminants out and grease in. One-piece housing and O-ring seals guarantee that grease will not leak. Fit hubs with 1.980" inner diameter. Lowest Prices for the best trailer bearings races seals caps from Kodiak. Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors - 1.98" Inner Diameter - 1 Pair part number KREB1980AC can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Kodiak Trailer Bearings Races Seals Caps

  • Caps
  • Bearing Protector Grease Cap
  • Kodiak
  • 1.98 Inch

Easy-to-install bearing protectors form a positive hub seal to keep contaminants out and grease in. One-piece housing and O-ring seals guarantee that grease will not leak. Fit hubs with 1.980" inner diameter.


Features:

  • Replace drive-in grease caps on trailer hub or drum
    • Teeth provide a secure hold in hub
  • Prevent contamination, giving your wheel bearings longer life
  • Maintain constant positive pressure with a spring-loaded piston, even when bearing is submerged in water
    • Keep out dirt and water, even when submerged
      • Not recommended for saltwater application use
    • Guaranteed not to leak grease
  • Indicate status with easy-to-see "red eye"
    • When red washer is flat against bearing housing, grease needs to be added
    • When orange O-ring is visible, bearing is full
    • If the red washer continually signals empty, seal failure is likely
  • 1-Piece housing
    • Chrome plated cast aluminum construction
  • Made in theUSA


Specs:

  • Application: hubs with 1.980" inner diameter
    • Most axles rated at 2,000 lbs - 3,500 lbs
  • Diameter: 1.980"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


The special O-ring indicator lets you know when to add grease and when to stop adding grease to prevent overfilling. An orange O-ring is visible when the Red Eye is full. The red washer will be flat against the housing when it is time to add grease. If you notice that the red washer remains close to the Red Eye's housing - indicating the need for grease - on a regular basis, the inner seal may be failing.



REB1980AC Kodiak Red Eye - 1.980" Hubs

Item # KREB1980AC






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Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors - 1.98" Inner Diameter - 1 Pair - KREB1980AC

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (80 Customer Reviews)

Easy-to-install bearing protectors form a positive hub seal to keep contaminants out and grease in. One-piece housing and O-ring seals guarantee that grease will not leak. Fit hubs with 1.980" inner diameter.

- KREB1980AC
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These Red Eyes are the best way to monitor your trailer bearing lube. !! The Red indicator pops out when the grease is full.



- KREB1980AC
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I recently bought a used 4x8 utility trailer to haul firewood for my home. I bought replacement bearings & such from etrailer.com, including a pair of the 1.98" Red Eye bearing protectors. On my SECOND use of this trailer, one of the wheels came a bit too close to a piece of firewood on the ground, knocking loose one of my brand new bearing protectors. The bearing protector was not just knocked loose, but the threaded part shattered & broke into several pieces. I can understand if it was dislodged - I'd just reinstall it. I was not expecting this thing to shatter. It appears to be made of shiny plated pot metal. I like the ability to pump grease into my trailer bearings & keep them topped off between repackings. I'm very disappointed in how fragile the Red Eye bearing protector ended up being, and am not sure if I'll replace the broken one with another Red Eye or will go with the stainless steel (a real metal!) Bearing Buddies.



- KREB1980AC
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The bearing protectors arrived from etrailer in a good un damaged box and the service from etrailer was very good but the problem is with the red eye protectors themselves they were defective the chrome plating on them is bubbled and flicking off I have call one of your customer service people and sent a picture of the protectors and am still waiting for a response back!!!



- KREB1980AC
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These bearing protectors work great. This is my second set. Really do a great job of keeping most of the water out of the bearings.



- KREB1980AC
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I have installed the red eyes but have not yet moved the trailer with them on so have no comment about how well they work. They are easy to install but it does take several substantial blows to get them to seat in the hub. I used a piece of 1x4 and a heavy hammer spinning the wheel a little after each blow. The trick is to make sure they start in evenly rather than having one side far in and the other way out. If that happens just tap them out and start over. After installing I filled the remaining void with marine lubricant using a hand grease gun. It took several pumps but the "eye" did pop out and gave a good visual clue. Having heard that they are not recommended for salt water I contacted Kodiak for guidance. Jesse in tech support said they will work fine in salt water, the external appearance will quickly deteriorate but mechanically they'll last a long time. They are cast, then copper plated, then chrome plated.


Comments
I had to move and sold the boat in March. Up to that time the caps seemed to work just fine. The exterior did quickly degrade but as I had been warned it did not concern me. I guess i would put a note about the corrosion in salt water in the instructions packaged with the product.
Barry - 08/04/2015



- KREB1980AC
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I installed these to replace oil filled hubs. The oil filled hubs leaked and I almost lost a wheel, hub and all because one of them went dry on the way to the lake. Luckily I caught it at a gas station when I stopped to refuel. I had to chase down parts and repair it right there before I could either go home or on to the lake. No more oil filled hubs for me. These are way better than bearing buddies once filled you don't have to continually fill them. Also much cleaner, no messy grease being thrown all over the wheel and trailer.



- KREB1980AC
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Lost one first time I used the trailer. Get concept but undersized a few mm. Had to put old one back in. 3 others have stayed in fine.



- KREB1980AC
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These Bearing Protectors arrived fast and in excellent condition. Easy to install, and are of really good quality. In the past I have used Bearing Buddy's and have always had to use the Bearing Bra with them. Not having the additional expense and/or mess if I don’t use the Bra's, I decided to try these. Time will tell, but if they don't work as advertised I still have a new set of Bra's left over and still saved money over Bearing Buddy's


Comments
I wish to retract my comments earlier. On the very first trip to the marina with these bearing protectors, One came off! Dont waste your money, get Bearing Buddys and save the hassel.
-- comment by: Wilbur A - 09/22/2013

I wanted to follow up with you to see if you figured out why the Red Eye fell out. I measured a unit from our stock and it came in at 1.986 inches so it should fit fine in a 1.980 hub bore, when driven in all the way.

-- Etrailer Expert Patrick B - 10/2/2013

Comments
When I notified Kodiak of the problem with one of their bering protectors, they sent me a new pair. To date I have had no problem with them and they work quite well. I love the fact that grease stay in them and not on my whels. I commend Kodiak for their customer service. I didnt ask for a replacement, they did so on their own!
W A - 08/16/2014


- KREB1980AC
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I like the overall idea and design of these bearing buddies which help you how much grease you have in your bearings, however because they are weighted so heavy on the outside end, the rotation of my boat trailers wheels worked them off. I lost one on my first trip to the lake! Needs to be re-engineered. Had to buy different bearing buddies that were a lighter design that would stay one, which worked.



- KREB1980AC
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Just had a costly reminder that bearing protectors are essential. Have a smaller 2 horse trailer that is used a few times a year when we need an additional trailer for parades and other nearby events. Needless to say, bearing repack service stopped years ago. Needs changed and will little prep, this trailer found itself in much more use. After the loss of a wheel bearing and the damage it did the axle, all wheels have been repacked and Kodiac bearing protectors have been installed. This is the first trailer I have used the Kodiak product on, but after installing them I am sure they are as good as the more common brand. Installation was easy, just put on my 7 mil gloves, packed the axle and red-eye with grease and mallet it on. The excess grease compressed the spring and it was ready to roll. I am watching and adding grease as the trailer is used to make sure it remains full. While it is best to service the bearings on a regular basis, now at least they will have grease and most likely will not fail prematurely when the preventative maintenance is lacking. Not having to remove the "Bra" to inspect the grease level should mean it will get noticed if a shot of grease is in order. Etrailer price was much less than the local shop and ended up being nearly half the cost of buying the other brand and bra online. Since we operate in dirty environments, I like the way this is sealed. On the other brand, I have noticed dirt working its way into the grease. Can't happen with this design. Only time will tell how they truly perform.



- KREB1980AC
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It was a simple demand really, to create a worry free environment for the trailer drive train. Researching the possibilities I found a few products that would work. Bearing buddies and a few china knock offs, and then the Kodiak Reds. First and foremost, all but the Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors allowed grease to escape the unit to be thrown all over the side of your vehicle(s). You don't need a boot to protect your vehicles from this, thus saving you at least $5 a pair. This product, which was assembled in the USA, will outlast the trailer. Not bad for a product which was less expensive than the heavily marketed competition.



- KREB1980AC
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I am putting these red eye bearing buddies on my new boat trailer , I had those on the old trailer for years and they always work good and do not sling grease .e trailer had these in stock at a great price and where delivered in a couple days .



- KREB1980AC
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These fit perfectly, just tapped them in with a block of wood, pumped in the grease and rolled away. I really like that you can tell if you need more grease and it keeps the bearings greased continuously. I'll probably order some for the boat trailer when I have measured the exact diameter.



- KREB1980AC
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I put these on a small boat trailer, loaded them up and drove from California to Michigan, 2400 miles, without a problem. I always pump a bit of grease in after the trailer has been wet from launching or retrieving the boat and they have performed very well at keeping the bearings clean and lubricated.


Comments
Still doing the job.
Stephen - 05/15/2017



- KREB1980AC
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Kodiak Red Eye bearing protectors work great.. I have 4 on my tandem boat trailer and one began to sling grease but only one and after it was 3 years old.. Every other brand I had tried and I think I have tried them all and they all had the issue of slinging grease and making the wheel nasty.. I bought another pair and changed one out and kept the other for a spare just in case.. they are probably the best choice out there.. I have tried them all as far as I know it.



- KREB1980AC
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BEWARE - These bearing protectors will not hold up in salt water. I only put my trailer in saltwater a half dz times in the last 2 years and these protectors are completely destroyed. I thoroughly rinsed with fresh water after each use. I spoke to Kodiak who confirmed not to be used in saltwater. They said they would cover it under warranty one time if I send the old ones back to them, but what is the point. I ordered the stainless steel bearing buddies.



- KREB1980AC
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The Kodiak Red Eye grease caps have worked great. I used Bearing Buddies previously but had problems twice with the caps being thrown while I was towing. Since switching to the Red Eyes I haven't any incidents. I replace them every year when I repack the bearings. I won't consider anything else.


Comments
Still working great.
Steve W - 10/29/2017



- KREB1980AC
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I have used this type of bearing protector for years. Last spring I had a bearing burn out and used the last set I had. I was having a hard time finding a spare set. etrailer.com solved that dilemma. Thanks for having just the right items at a great price.


Comments
These product continue to perform great. No grease slinging and easy to see if additional grease is needed. Extremely glad to have these on my boat trailer.
Pat L - 08/03/2017



- KREB1980AC
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I have been using these bearing lubers for yrs. and they work great. I have never had hot bearings or lost a bearing since I've used em. I have three trailers and put these on every one of them.



- KREB1980AC
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have used this product many years,works excellent. The main reason i like these is you can look at the o.ring indicators and tell if they need grease,,it is real quick and easy.


Comments
i have used these for years and had good luck. i think with other brands there is no good indicator and a lot of people over grease pushing the seal out,the product is working good after a year, i still take my bearings out and inspect and regrease every winter.
Kevin P - 05/27/2014


- KREB1980AC
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The Red Eye Bearing Protectors are the only ones I'll use. It has helped to protect my bearing for over 12 years. Had to use another version because I couldn't find the Red Eye's and they keep popping off. I've since replaced them with the Red Eye's and I will not put another type on my boat trailer.



- KREB1980AC
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I ordered two sets of the bearing protectors, and they arrived within a few days of ordering them. They are exactly what I ordered, and they fit the hub perfectly. Some prefer the Kodiak brand, others prefer the Bearing Buddy. I chose Kodiak because they hold the grease as well as the Bearing Buddy, and there is no greasy mess on the wheels to contend with. Yes, eventually the chrome coating on the outside corrodes and looks shabby, but I prefer that to wheels that are covered in grease. It would be great if Kodiak would make these out of stainless steel. I made a mistake in ordering the bearing protectors (initially ordered 4 sets instead of 2), but the young lady in customer service held up the order until she confirmed with me exactly what I needed. I appreciate the good customer service. I also appreciate the fact that the product arrived in a box that was the right size - not 10x bigger than necessary and filled with $10 worth of bubble wrap. All in all, a great experience. I will definitely use e trailer again.



- KREB1980AC
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Just received my Red Eye bearing Protectors. The previous owner of my boat had installed bearing protectors years ago. I lost one during a recent fishing trip where I had a pretty long drive. The new protectors have grooves that prevent them from backing out of the hub. Great product.



- KREB1980AC
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I have used these Red Eye Bearing Protectors for years on other trailers. They do NOT allow grease to sling out like other brands of similar products.



- KREB1980AC
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so far they work great , however i haven towed the trailer yet


Comments
its been a year and they are still working great no grease slinging all over the wheels and no water in the bearings
Deano - 05/25/2016


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  • What Would Happen if Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors Were Used in Saltwater
    Saltwater is very corrosive. We did have a guy try these in saltwater and they were destroyed after only around 6 times submerged in it.
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  • How to Install Kodiak Red Eye Trailer Bearing Protectors, # KREB1980AC
    You would install the Kodiak Red Eye bearing protectors, # KREB1980AC, the same way you would install any drive-in style unit. What many people do is take a block of wood, place it on the outboard side of the protector, and use a mallet to drive it in. The wood will distribute the force of the mallet more evenly so it will drive in straight. If it is not straight it could come out when the wheel is turning.
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  • Bearing Protector Recommendations For Pop Up Camper
    We do offer a few of the bearing protectors that have a 1.980 diameter. With the limited space you have you can take a measurement and see if one of the protectors we offer will work for you. I have attached a link to those you can check out. The Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors, part # KREB1980AC is 2-3/8 inches, including 3/8 inches that seats in hub The Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors, part # BB1980A is 1-13/16 inches, including 5/16 inches that seats in hub. I have attached...
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  • How to Determine the Correct Size Bearing Protectors for a 1985 Ranger Boat Trailer
    With an EZ Lube type of axle, a bearing protector like a Bearing Buddy will not fit. You would need to use a drive-in type of grease cap with a plug in the end to access the zerk fitting on the axle. Take a look at # RG04-040 as an example. We have different size bearing protectors depending on the inside hub bore where they fit. You will need to measure the hub bore with some dial calipers to get the most accurate measurement possible to find the correct ones that fit. They will actually...
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  • Are the Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors # KREB1980AC Drive In or Thread In
    The Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors, # KREB1980AC, are drive in style bearing protectors. They are not thread in bearing protectors. It looks like there are threads on these bearing protectors, but they are simply raised rings/teeth to provide a secure hold in the hub bore. This bearing protector will fit your Kodiak Disc Brake Assembly, # K1HR35D, and will press into the hub bore.
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  • EZ-Lube Grease Caps for Travel Trailer
    It sounds like your travel trailer may use EZ-Lube spindles that have a grease zerk fitting. We offer several sizes of EZ-Lube grease caps. You can use the link provided to see all, and simply then click on the outer diameter that matches your hubs. If you require the actual bearing protectors themselves you can use the other link provided to search based on your hub's bore diameter and whether or not they are threaded. The filters in the left-hand margin will let you sort the results...
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  • How Far do the Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors Need to Be Driven onto the Bearing Housing
    These Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors # KREB1980AC will need to be driven on squarely as far as they will go. There is a tapered inner portion to the protector that when fully installed the outer portion will not allow the bearing protector to go any further.
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  • How to Determined the Correct Size Bearing Protectors for a 1996 Lowe Shorelander Boat Trailer
    There are a couple ways to determine what size bearing protectors will fit on your 1996 Lowe Shorelander boat trailer. The first way is to send me the part numbers of your inner and outer bearings and the grease seal. If it is inconvenient to completely remove the hub and retrieve the bearings and seal part numbers, then you could measure the inside diameter of your hub where the grease cap presses in using a precise measuring tool like a dial caliper. The Kodiak Red Eye Bearing...
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  • Will the Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors fit on a 2001 VIP Trailer with Screw In Dust Covers
    The Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors - 1.98 inch Inner Diameter - 1 Pair, item # KREB1980AC, are not thread in style bearing protectors. They have teeth or raised rings around the protector to provide a secure hold in drive in hubs. Normally, the plastic screw in style cap is designed for oil bath, hub and spindle applications so bearing protectors are not used. If you need a new dust cover or grease cap, I will be glad to help, if you can provide me with the inner and outer bearing...
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  • Electric Over Hydraulic Disc Brake System for 1997 Eagle Triple Axle Boat Trailer
    Our suppliers don't offer a triple axle disc brake kit, but the next best cost effective option would be to use an existing kit and add to it. Assuming your current hubs use a # L68149 inner bearing, # L44649 outer bearing and a 10-19 seal, part # RG06-050 and a 5 lug on a 4-1/2 inch bolt circle, I'd recommend the following parts. I'd recommend beginning with the Titan Disc Brake Kit and BrakeRite II SD Electric-Hydraulic Actuator, part # T4843700, which includes the plug and play EOH...
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  • Which Size Bearing Buddies Fits 3.5K Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly AKHD-545-35-EZ-K
    For Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly - 3,500-lb E-Z Lube Axles - 10" Diameter - 5 on 4-1/2 Item # AKHD-545-35-EZ-K you will need a 1.98 Bearing Buddy. There are a couple of options. For stainless steel use # BB1980A-SS. For chrome plated you can use # BB1980A. Another option in a different brand is the Kodiak Red Eye bearing protectors # KREB1980AC. They work the same way as the Bearing Buddies. I have included links below to videos on a Bearing Buddy model and a Kodiak model.
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  • Comparing Bearing Buddy and Kodiak Red Eye Trailer Bearing Protectors
    You can use bearing protectors on a hub with electric brakes. You have to make sure you are using a double lip seal though because a single lip seal is more likely to blow and allow grease to leak out and get all over the hub and brake components. Also, you have to make sure that you do not use too much grease, even with a double lip seal, because of the same possibility of blowing the seal. Based on the numbers you have provided you will likely need a 10-19 seal, # RG06-050 for a pair....
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  • Bearing Buddy Bearing Protector Replacement Options
    The Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors, # BB1968SS, are designed to keep grease from exiting and water and dirt from entering. These bearing protectors come with an automatic pressure-relief feature to prevent overfilling. The grease will seep around the piston and into the barrel when it is full. You should not add additional grease once the Bearing Buddy is full to prevent the seal from blowing out. I would also recommend using the Bearing Buddy Grease Seal Set, # BB60002. These seals...
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  • Recommended Solution To Keep Grease Caps Lubricated And To Avoid Caps From Falling Off
    You would need 1.98 bearing protectors such as Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors # BB1980A-SS to fit with the Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for 2,000-lb Axles - 4 on 4 # AKIHUB-440-2-1K . The purpose of this Bearing Buddy is to first protect your bearings by keeping water out and ensuring there is enough grease in the hub Bearing Buddies are meant to be driven in with a mallet or hammer, not screwed in. As long as the outside diameter of the Bearing Buddy corresponds with the inside diameter...
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  • Will Bearing Buddies Fit Trailer Hub Assembly for 2K Axles AKIHUB-440-2-1K
    You don't have to have Bearing Buddies for hub # AKIHUB-440-2-1K but you can use them if you want to (as long as the spindle the hubs go onto does NOT have a grease zerk fitting at the very end). You would need 1.98 bearing protectors such as # BB1980A-SS, # BB1980A, or # KREB1980AC. Then to fill the hubs (and bearings) with grease you would use a grease gun such as # L30100 and grease such as # L11399. If you don't want to use bearing protectors you will need to pack the bearings...
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  • Overall Length of Bearing Protectors in the 1.980 Diameter Size
    I went out to the warehouse and pulled the two different bearing protectors I have in the 1.980 diameter size and measured the overall length. The Kodiak Red Eye Bearing Protectors, part # KREB1980AC is 2-3/8 inches, including 3/8 inches that seats in hub The Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors, part # BB1980A is 1-13/16 inches, including 5/16 inches that seats in hub. I am including a picture of the three bearing protectors with the dimensions shown.
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  • Bearing Buddies for a Diamond B Trailer with 1.98 Inch Hub Bore
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  • How to Pack Grease in a Hub with a Broken Zerk Fitting on an EZ Lube Spindle
    It sounds like the zerk fitting on your spindle has failed as it is not supposed to go into the spindle. You will want to remove the zerk fitting somehow because it could interfere with the possible solution of using bearing protectors, # KREB1980AC, to pack grease in the hub. As long as the zerk fitting is not in the way/removed then the bearing protectors will work out well for you.
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  • Bearing Protector with Visual Indicator for Hub Bore of 1.98-Inches
    Yes, if your hub bore measures 1.98-inches the bearing protector kit you want is among those shown on the linked page. We have both Bearing Buddy brand and Kodiak brand protectors to fit your hubs. It sounds like you might prefer the Kodiak protectors # KREB1980AC that have the "red eye" indicators for displaying the internal grease level.
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  • What is the Bore Size of the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly # 84557UC3
    A 1.98 inch inner diameter bore is pretty common on trailer hubs. If you were to measure the bore diameter of the Dexter Trailer Hub and Drum Assembly, # 84557UC3, using a dial caliper, you would get 1.96 inches. This hub requires a grease cap with a 1.98 to 1.99 inch diameter. The grease cap that comes with this hub actually measures 1.99 inches. If you are looking for a replacement dust cover, you have many options. For a standard dust cover, you can use part # F001518 or # RG04-020....
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  • Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors for Trailer Hub with 1.98 Hub Bore and L44643 Inner/Outer Bearings
    Based on the inner and outer bearings, L44643, you should need 1.98 bearing protectors. In this size we have several options: Stainless Steel, # BB1980A-SS Chrome Plated, # BB1980A For threaded hubs, # BB1980T-SS Kodiak brand, # KREB1980AC
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  • How to Select Bearing Buddy Bearing Protectors for Hubs on 1989 Braco Enclosed Trailer
    You can determine which size Bearing Buddy bearing protectors you need for the hubs on your 1989 Braco enclosed trailer by measuring the hub bore with a precision caliper like # PTW80157. It is best to measure the hub, not the grease cap, since the hub's dimension will remain steady, while a grease cap could become mis-shapened from the force of removing it from the hub. you need to measure to three decimal places, such as 1.234-inches. Once you know your hub bore diameter you can use...
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  • Bearing Protectors for Trailer Disc Brake Kit # T4843000
    You will need a 1.980 bearing protector for disc brake kit T4843000. We have some options. You can use # BB1980A-SS for stainless steel, # BB1980A for chrome plated, # KREB1980AC for Kodiak brand which is what comes with the disc brake kit.
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