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LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can

LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can

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The versatility of this high performance formula makes it a cinch for finding uses for it around the house or shop. Lithium grease is suitable for many purposes but works best for chassis, universal joints, and any rolling parts. Fastest Shipping and Great prices for LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can. Read our customer reviews of LubriMatic lubricants sealants adhesives. Call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service or order your lubricants sealants adhesives part number L11316 by LubriMatic online at etrailer.com.
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LubriMatic Lubricants Sealants Adhesives - L11316

  • Grease
  • Multi-Purpose Grease
  • Standard Lithium Grease
  • 16 oz
  • Petroleum-Based
  • LubriMatic
  • Lithium 12-Hydroxystearate

The versatility of this high performance formula makes it a cinch for finding uses for it around the house or shop. Lithium grease is suitable for many purposes but works best for chassis, universal joints, and any rolling parts.


Features:

  • Long-lasting, hard working formula delivers high performance in wide range of heavy-duty applications
  • Recommended for chassis, universal joints and other general purpose applications around the home, farm, or shop
    • Works best for lubricating rolling parts
  • NLGI#1-1/2, drop point 350 degrees F


11316 LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can

Compares to LubriMatic L10302





Video of LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can

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Video Transcript for Review of LubriMatic Lubricants Sealants Adhesives - Multi Purpose Lithium Grease - L11316

Hi everybody, Andy here with etrailer.com, and today, we're gonna take a quick look at this LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease. This lithium grease is suitable for many purposes, but it works best for chassis, universal joints, and any rolling parts. This is a long-lasting, hardworking formula, and it's going to give you high performance in a wide range of heavy-duty applications, so this will be great to have on hand around the home, the farm, and the shop. Now, this is about the same consistency as peanut butter, so it should keep that high viscosity even at high temperatures, and that'll prevent it from thinning out and melting down and possibly dripping off. So as you can see, this is a 16 ounce can, so it should give you enough to do a pretty good job of keeping everything lubed up like you need it. And as you see here at the top, it's a little pop top, so whenever you're ready to use it, you're just going to pull that back and then dispose of this lid, and then you'll have this plastic lid here to replace when you are done using this, and it'll keep the rest of the grease in that container fresh and ready for you to use the next time you need it.

Well, that's gonna conclude our quick look today, I do hope that it was helpful for you. Again, my name is Andy, thank you for joining me.

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LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can - L11316

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (13 Customer Reviews)

The versatility of this high performance formula makes it a cinch for finding uses for it around the house or shop. Lithium grease is suitable for many purposes but works best for chassis, universal joints, and any rolling parts.

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Made tapping holes alot easier.



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Wide mouth can makes it easy to apply, looking forward to quieter turning



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You bought the best hitch, so don’t neglect the maintenance.



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I've ordered 7inch brake assembly, then the bearing kits with grease, and now have the drum on order since I noticed bad wear. Everytime I call I get the help/information I need and can't be more happy.



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These parts were made by Dexter and were exact replacement parts for my Dexter axles.



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Great all purpose grease for many uses!



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  • What Info Is Needed to Pick Out Replacement Hubs for Trailer
    I would need more info to pick out replacement hubs for your boat trailer. Since we know they are Dexters you could look for a part number on the hub somewhere. You could find the axle capacity on the axle tag, you could get me the diameter of the axle, or you can pull a hub and get me bearing numbers/dimensions of spindle where the bearings ride. If you can get me that info I can see what you'd need.
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  • Recommended Grease for Stainless Steel Door Hinges
    To grease stainless steel door hinges I recommend a multi-purpose lithium grease like a 16-ounce tub, part # L11316 of Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease. Bio-based lithium grease performs better than petroleum-based lubricants thanks to it's higher viscosity (thickness). Thanks to it's formulation (it's made from US-grown crops) you don't have to worry about little ones touching it - it is non-toxic and safe to use all around the trailer and home.
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  • Recommended Trailer Maintenance Schedule Including Re-Packing of Wheel Bearings
    The rule of thumb for servicing trailer wheel bearings is to clean them out, inspect and re-pack them every 12 months or 12,000-miles, whichever comes first. This and other routine trailer maintenance guidelines are covered in the linked article. This is a good reference guide for helping you keep your trailer in the safest and most road-worthy condition. I also linked articles on re-packing bearings and on grease formulas. These are good to review also since some grease formulations are...
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  • Is the 16 Ounce Wheel Bearing Grease Tub Enough for a 5th Wheel Trailer
    Yes, the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease # L11316 would be sufficient to fill all of the bearings on your Keystone RV Montana Fifth Wheel. There would even be plenty left over for maintenance. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
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  • Does the Area Where the Jaws on a Fifth Wheel Hitch Wrap Around the King Pin Need to be Lubricated?
    A light coating of all purpose grease, such as the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease, part number L11316 would work fine. This will help reduce any metal to metal squeaking and wear.
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  • Is Creaking or Popping Noise Normal for Convert-A-Ball Multi-Cushioned Gooseneck Trailer Coupler
    The Convert-A-Ball Multi-Cushioned Gooseneck Trailer Coupler # CG itself shouldn't be making any kind of creaking or popping noises when you're breaking and accelerating. The only way something like that would be possible is if the internal components failed and in that case they would be falling out of the bottom portion of the coupler, according to my contact at Convert-A-Ball. You might get a little creaking from the gooseneck hitch ball connection to the coupler if you go over a speed...
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  • Should There be Grease on the Jack Nut Plate When Rebuilding my Jack
    Cool I did the videos on most of those replacements. I do not know why you had trouble with your nut. Generally there is grease there that prevents that from locking up on you. When reassembling it grease it up really well there is no harm that can come from giving it a good dose and it should last a very long time for you. A good all purpose grease like the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease part # L11316 is a good choice.
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  • What Wheel Bearing Grease do You Recommend?
    While we do not sell Dexter-brand wheel bearing grease, we do sell an amazing brand of grease that works for wheel bearings. That is the LubriMatic LMX Industrial Strength Grease - 14 oz. Cartridge # L11390 for heavy duty applications and the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease - 16 oz. Can # L11316 for standard, general purpose bearings. I went ahead and linked a helpful lube article for you to check out.
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  • Grease To Lubricate Fulton Trailer Jack # FXPD15L
    We spoke with our contact at Fulton and he said the Fulton Jack, # FXPD15L, can be lubricated with any general-purpose grease like our LubriMatic Lithium Grease, # L11316. You can remove the cap at the top of the jack and put the grease in the cap. The grease will have to be gravity fed to the bottom of the tube since there is not an easy way to apply the grease down to the bottom.
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  • Should Bolts of AP233 Suspension Kit be Greased
    Yes, it is a good idea to go ahead and add grease when installing the Suspension Kit for Tandem-Axle Trailers - 1-3/4" Wide Double Eye Springs - 2-1/4" Links # AP233. You don't want to use fat though, just go ahead and use the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease # L11316.
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  • What Kind Of Grease To Use In The Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack DL22210
    The Dutton-Lainson Round Swivel Jack # DL22210 can be lubricated with really any general-purpose grease. We have the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease # L11316 which is what we recommend for this application.
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  • Does B&W Companion 5th Wheel Hitch BWRVK3300 Require Lubrication Before Use
    When installing your new B&W Companion 5th Wheel Hitch # BWRVK3300 the only lubrication required is a light application of standard automotive chassis grease like # L11316 on the hitch jaws and the top surface of the hitch head; alternatively you can use a lube plate. After about 6 months of use you will want to grease the saddle through the grease zerk fitting. Please refer to the linked instructions for more information.
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  • Troubleshooting B&W Patriot with Head that is Locked Up
    Have you been greasing the head of your B and W twice a year like recommended? It sounds yours might be locked up from a lack of lubrication. There is a zerk fitting under the jaws that you can use to add grease. You can and also grease the jaws themselves with white lithium grease like part # L11316.
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  • What Type of Grease is Used to Lubricate the Fulton Round Snap-Ring Swivel Marine Jack
    I spoke with my contact at Fulton and he said the Fulton Snap-Ring Swivel Jack, # FTJ12000101, can be lubricated with any general-purpose grease like our LubriMatic Lithium Grease, # L11316. You can remove the cap at the top of the jack and put the grease in the cap. The grease will have to be gravity fed to the bottom of the tube since there is not an easy way to apply the grease down to the bottom.
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  • Lubricating Trunnion Bolts On a Husky Centerline Weight Distribution Trailer Sway Hitch
    They are referring to bolt shank and not the threads of the bolt on the Husky Center Line Weight Distribution w/ Sway Control HT32218. The Grease # L11316 is needed to prevent the bolts from rusting in place and preventing the movement of the hitch head when adjustments are needed. Do not apply grease to the threads of the bolt or nut as this could cause them to not tighten to the correct torque specification. Grease is okay on the inner rings of the washer but should not be used on the...
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  • How Often And What Type Of Grease Should Be Used On The Curt Q24 5th Wheel Hitch
    You should be lubricating your Curt Q24 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ R24 Slider # C16546 through all four seasons. Doing this will also give you the opportunity to inspect your hitch 4 times a year as well. The jaw pin and the lower bearing grease fitting will receive grease through the grease fitting. You can use the LubriMatic Mini Grease Gun Kit with Multi-Purpose Grease # L30132 to do this. The spiral cam and the skid plate will get grease like # L11316 applied to the surface.
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  • Recommended Grease for a Yard Cart
    Ball grease # 58117 could potentially work for wheel grease on your yard cart. But an actual bearing grease such as # L54FR would be the better option since it was designed for this type of application. Even an all purpose grease such as # L11316 would work. When adding new grease to the cart be sure that you use compatible grease with what was on it or completely remove all of the old grease prior to adding the new grease. I have included a link to a help article on grease for you.
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  • Do Nylon Trailer Suspension Bushings Need Grease
    I am pretty sure you are talking about trailer suspension equalizer bushings. If they are nylon bushings it's recommended that you grease them at install and then every 3,000 miles or so. For grease we have the part # L11316.
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  • Possible Causes for a Yoke Style Hitch Coupler to Bind
    As a first step I suggest you try using a lithium grease to lubricate the moving parts; you could try a grease such as part # L11316, LubriMatic, Multipurpose Lithium Grease - 16-oz Tub. Since the trailer in question has been used by a previous owner there is always the chance that there could be hidden wear on the internal components. Even in normal use these parts can wear and eventually need to be replaced. If an under-sized hitch ball was used (such as a 1-7/8 inch ball in a 2-inch...
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  • Grease For Curt TruTrack Weight Distribution
    You will just need a white lithium grease for the Curt TruTrack 2P Weight Distribution System w/ Sway Control # C69JR. The best option will be the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease # L11316.
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  • Maintenance of Demco Autoslide 5th Wheel Hitch
    According to the manual I have linked below, just some lubrication is needed for the Demco Autoslide 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Slider # DM8550034. The manual says you can check the jaw pins, removing them, cleaning them, and applying a light coat of grease. Also once a month or every 5,000 miles, inspect the lower guide plates and roller for excessive wear, and apply multi purpose or lithium grease to the side gear racks. For this use the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease # L11316.
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  • What Grease to Use for Curt A20 5th Wheel Hitch
    You could use white lithium grease or we recommend using the LubriMatic Multi-Purpose Lithium Grease # L11316 for your Curt A20 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # C16140. The Curt maintenance guide just says to use high-pressure wheel bearing grease as being the preferred option.
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  • Replacement Hub Assemblies For A 2007 Four Winns Trailer Axle
    I have a few hub and drum assembly options for you however, we currently do not offer an oil bath hub and drums that matches the specs you have provided. If you'd like to replace your oil bath hubs with a standard grease hub, I do have a few kits that will include everything you need to install new hubs, bearings, and grease seals on your trailer. I recommend using the Trailer Idler Hub Assembly for 6,000-lb Axles part # AKIHUB-655-6-K as this is our most cost effective kit we have available. You...
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  • Does Fulton Jack Require Specific Grease?
    The Fulton Jack # FTJ120W0301 does not require a specific grease so I recommend using the LubriMatic, Multipurpose Lithium Grease # L11316. This grease should help you experience less friction, just be sure you grease your jack a couple of times per year as necessary.
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